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SOU'WESTER 



I960 



Southwestern University 
Georgetown, Texas 
Pattie Clare, Editor 



The Pirate, as presented on 
the following division sheets, 
is a many shaded, many fac- 
eted being-representing the 
multiple elements of a diver- 
sified University. An old con- 
cept is imbued with new and 
unique elements. Thus is 
transmitted the symbol of 
Southwestern. 




Dean Ferguson serves as a gracious hostess at many 
Southwestern functions. 




Dean Ruth M. Ferguson has dedicated her efforts to 
Southwestern. The spirit of sensitivity and understand- 
ing which she has projected into this institution is her 
only just dedication. 



While traveling in Europe, Dean Ferguson 
saw many famous literary sights. 



Dedication 




DEAN RUTH M. FERGUSON 





As Dean of Women, Ruth Ferguson has influenced many 
students of Southwestern University. 



I960 Sou'Wester Staff 



EDITOR 
Pattie Clare 



LIFE AT SU 

Editor: Judy Schaper 

Ann Dozier 

Gayle Haden 

ADMINISTRATION 

Editor: Stanley Hauerwas 

Penny Langford 

Betsy Hamric 



ART EDITOR 
Janet Tewes 

PERSONALITIES 

Editor: Lee Howard 

Bebo Benjamin 



CAMPUS 
Editor: Nancy Carter 



ORGANIZATIONS 

Editor: Barbara Eck 

Barbara Nicholson 



SPORTS 

Editor: Darrel Young 

JoAnna May 

"Schultzie" Shult 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 
Horace Evans 
Cluck's Studio 



CLASSES 

Editor: Mary Louise Meyers 

Ann McEachern 

TYPISTS 

Patsy Stanfield 

Connie Su Collins 

Terry Schoenemann 

Bettie Scott 

Diann Chaney 



SPONSORS 
Jimmy Baines 
John Cardwell 



In Memoriam 




Cody Wardlaw 

Known to many of us as a trustworthy, 
thoughtful, and kind person, Cody never 
met a person he didn't like. With every- 
thing to live for, Cody has now found 
his place. 



Do You Remember... ? 

. . . September and the frantic hurry? 
... the first day of classes-the 

disillusionment of reality? 
... the dedication of the sprinkler system? 
... the gracious and lovely SU beauties? 
... the gracious and lovely UMOC's? 

. blind dates and Weekend at College? 
. . The Alabaster Angels of December? 

. The Dead Week that wasn't so dead? 
. . . final grades? 
... the wonderful feeling between semesters? 

... the political atmosphere before 
Student body officer elections? 




Gosh! a college letterman. 




songpracticesongpractice until Singsong? 

the icy blasts of February? 

your life at SU during 
1959-1960? 



Congratulations, Ellen, you are now a 
member of Pope, Inc. 






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Smile — quota depends on this. 




Sorry, Charlie, but we don't give S & H Green Sta 




mps. 



Ten pounds 
heavier and 
$600 poorer. 



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You mean my name was really on your 



What a way to make a living at 50 cents an hour! 




Don't call us, we'll call you. 



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list? 




Yes, sometimes we let freshmen vote. 




Sister Judy, shape up or ship out. 



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Things could be worse ... it might rain. 





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"If I were out there, it would be a differ- 
ent story," said Pat. 



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Aw shut up, we know you're winning. 




I'MfMi'ii" flu >' 



Well I have to get clean somehow. 



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This is education ?? 




Now, Kay, this marriage is a serious business. 





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No applause, just money. 



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Let's take a peak and see how big the audience is tonight. 




And We Must 
Have Our Culture 



hat boys must go through to be beautiful. 



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No wonder people have 



Please don't let go. 





"Mirror, mirror on the wal 
forget it. 



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such bad opinions of the Greeks 








Now I don't know whether I want to get 
in that hearse or not, Johnny. 



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Oh no! Are we next? 



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Are those members of the 



Shut up and get in. 




Dearly beloved. . . 



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'yellow bird" gang? 




We give you now the "Dean's 
Team Sisters." 



At least it was fun to build. 



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Well, since it's only ten cents I'll get rid of my frustra- 
tions. 




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Mouse Time 





Well, how would you feel if the President tried to throw 
a garter at you? 



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it. 




Thanks, Paul. 



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Shelley Berman and The Littlest Angel. 





Bill, Bubba got it . . . not you. 







Doesn't it seem that the 
freshmen get younger every 
year? 



This is food? 



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Now, James, is that any way to win friends and influence people? 




Wake up! It's time to go to class. 



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The beauty and the beast. 



Well, Bobby, some have it 
and some don't. 



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And what do you call this? 



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Oh, excuse me. I thought 
this was the girls dorm. 




You don't suppose they're trying to tell us something. 



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Be prepared to check 




This is going to be a snow- 
man named "Lovey." 




Janet, may I have this dance? 





I was waltzing with my darling 




Preparing for 




And here is a couple of Watts. 



Now, Tom, how did you know the camera- 
man was there. 



a coo\ yule 





It takes all kinds 



Yes, Ed, we know you have beautiful legs, 
but we're trying to see the Cell Block 
Seven. 






A toast to the Sigs and 

their suits. 





This is a Christmas Tree? 




Now don't try to tell me all these people are decorating 
the tree. 




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And we all sang? 



Love, your magic spell is even 
in the KA house. 




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link she's darling. 



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Judy, is Dunken helping you write that letter? 



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Gee, Coach, wait until I tell mom about this. 




Maybe this is a hand-clapping party. 




Oh, Don! 



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I signed the Honor Pledge, 
honestly I did. 



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Which beard has the Toni? 



I didn't know they built a parking lot in 
Ruter. 



Who's Whose 




Hazel Hartung — Joe Peno 






Betty Knauth — Danny Baker 




Carole Graff — Robert Sebesta 



Trecia Stevens — Wayne Laster 



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Dewayne Bostick — Sarah Shepherd 




Guy Gross — Janet Junker 




Diana Beighle — Eddie Vetter 




Lewis Johnson — Betty Ewing 




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Sam Birkner — Jo Ann Rice 



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Who's Whose 



Dan Adamson — LaSchelle Thompson 




Judy Standley— Bill Hite 




Parti Pollard — Des Woods 




Patrie Clare— Bill Osher 



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Mary Alice Neely, Miss Southwestern of 
1960, has been very active on the campus 
and is well-deserving of this honor. She 
has held such honors as being elected 
to Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities and was recently elected 
Best Dressed on the campus. She is a 
member of Delta Delta Sorority and 
Delta Omicron Music Fraternity. Mary 
Alice is rightly Miss Southwestern of 
1960. 



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Nominees of I960 




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1959-60 All School Beauty... 



Anyone who has ever come in contact 
with the sparkling smile and bright 
personality of Ross Covington will re- 
member her as someone that always 
seemed to carry a bit of sunshine with 
her wherever she went. Ross is a soph- 
omore from San Antonio. 






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All School Beauty 




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Alpha Delta Pi Beauty 



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Delta Delta Delta Beauty 




Delta Zeta Beauty 





Independent Beauty 




Phi Mu Beauty 





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Zeta Tau Alpha 






Delta Zeta 



Phi Mu 



Nominees 





Delta Delta Delta 




Independents 




Independents 




Alpha Delta Pi 




Delta Delta Delta 




Zeta Tau Alpha 




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Independents 





Each sorority on campus and the Inde- 
pendent organization nominate four girls 
to represent them in the All School Beau- 
ty Review sponsored annually by the 
SOU'WESTER. During this period of 
bustle and excitement, the girls are 
judged on charm, grace, poise, and beau- 
ty by four judges from outside South- 
western. A tea is held in their honor 
where they meet and talk with the 
judges, and later, the judges see each of 
the girls in evening attire. The night 
after the decision is reached, the nomi- 
nees are presented to the student body 
and the winners are announced with a 
dance following in the Bishop's Memorial 
Union ballroom. 












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Kappa Alpha Rose 





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NOMINEES FOR BEST DRESSED: SEATED: Louise Hardin, Mary Alice Neely, Jerry 
Evans. STANDING: Beth Rider, DeEtte Green, Diane Bobbitt, Janet Sechnst, Jonelle 
Wheatley. 



NOMINEES FOR BASKETBALL SWEETHEART: Sharon Harris, Marjorie Dalchau, 
Betty Ewing. 




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Each year the students nominate and 
elect from the student body the ugliest 
man on the campus by penny votes. This 
year sophomore Bubba Few was elected 
and crowned during the Vaudeville Show 
of the Carnival. 

A physics major, Bubba plans to teach 
after graduation. He is a member of Pi 
Kappa Alpha fraternity, has served as 
their social chairman, and is also a mem- 
ber of the German Club. 




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Pirate Cheerleaders 



The most energetic and hardworking Pirate fans are 
the cheerleaders for 1959-60. They are elected by the 
student body for a year and their goal is to spark 
school spirit. Besides holding pep rallies and selling 
spirit ribbons, our cheerleaders made a unique Pirate 
mascot. 




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TOP: Buddy Hodges, Houston; Head cheerleader, David 
Lemons, Houston; Dicky Hillyer, Houston. BOTTOM: 
Marry Adams, Dallas; Boogie Hanly, Eagle Lake; Sharon 
St. Lawrence, Houston. 



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Zeta Tau Alpha Jan Davis (top) is noted for her dramatic 
ability. She holds the Junior and Senior acting awards 
as well as the Goosetree Morgan Award of the Mask and 
Wig Players. Besides Drama, one of her main hobbies 
is tap dancing. 



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Pat Johnson (center), a history major, finds a great deal 
of enjoyment in being a member of Blue Key, Pi Gamma 
Mu Phi Delta Theta fraternity, A Cappella Choir and 
Student Senate. He is also on the Honor Council and 
the University Council. After graduation, Pat is plan- 
ning to attend qraduate school. 
Sing Kah Ooi (bottom) plans to attend medical 
after graduation. He is active in Blue Key, the 
Society, and the International Club. 



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Joe Darsey (top), a biology major, has been active in 
Blue Key, Student Senate, and Mens Panhellenic. A 
Kappa Alpha, he has been president of his chapter for 
two years. He is shown here holding the fraternity 
charter. Joe plans to attend medical school after grad- 
uation. 




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Norman Roe (center) has held such offices on campus 
as vice-president of Alpha Chi, corresponding secretary 
of Blue Key, and Independent song leader. Norman is 
an English major, and plans to attend graduate school. 
Morris Ray Loden (bottom) is active in many phases of 
campus life. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta frater- 
nity and Blue Key. As a climax to his three years as 
Class Senator, Morris was elected Student Body Presi- 
dent. A business administration major, Morris plans to 
enter the field of business management. 



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Music major, Mary Alice Neely (top) is known for her 
outstanding work in all phases of campus life. Besides 
being active in Delta Delta Delta, Delta Omicron, and 
Cardinal Key, she still finds time to play the piano for 
her own enjoyment. 
Paul Primm (right center) is always kept busy with Phi 
Delta Theta, being Vice-President of the Student Body, 
on the Honor Council, and being President of Blue Key. 




Who's 




Mike Johnson (left center), a history major, finds Kappa 
Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Delta Epsilon, and sports in 
general enough to keep him busy. After graduation, Mike 
is planning to attend law school. Jerry Elrod, (bottom) 
a pre-ministerial student, plans to attend seminary after 
graduation. While on SU campus, Jerry has been active 
as editor of the MEGAPHONE, and has served on Martin 
Ruter House Council for two years. He was a transfer 
student from Lon Morris College in Jacksonville. 



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Mary Beth McKinney (top), a Tri-Delta, has held many 
offices on campus. Cardinal Key, Student Senate, and 
the Honor Council are just a few of the organizations 
that Mary Beth is an active member. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Karen Kuhne (center) is an active mem- 
ber of many organizations on campus. Her interests 
include literature and travel. Outstanding scholastically, 
she has been on the Dean's list for three semesters. 




Who 




Tri-Delta Nan Kennedy's (bottom) interest lies in teach- 
ing English. She has held many honors on Southwestern 
campus such as Outstanding Freshman Girl and mem- 
bership in Cardinal Key. Also, she is a member of Alpha 
Chi, the Student Senate, and the Honor Council. 






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ORGANIZATIONS 




MORRIS LODEN 
President 




PAUL PRIMM 
First Vice-President 




Senate- 



Senators Strive For 




SEATED: Bettie Scott, Nan Kennedy, Mary 
Alice Neely, Kathy Fleming, Carolyn Dor- 
bandt, Pattie Clare, Mary Beth McKinney, 
Penney Langford, Richard Lockhart, Jolene 
Henson, Mary Robinette, Ronnie Ogden, 
Danny Baker. 



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DANNY BAKER 
Second Vice-President 



Improved Campus 



The efforts of the Student Senate, organ- 
ization of student government, have re- 
sulted in many opportunities and advan- 
tages for Southwestern students. The 
Senate meets weekly to discuss matters 
relevant to the student body and to de- 
cide questions relating to student govern- 
ment problems. 





JOE BAUSCHER 
Treasurer 



STANDING: Dick Jenkins, Morris Loden, 
Tommy McClung, Bobby Lade, Leslie Par- 
rish, Pat Johnson, Paul Primm, Joe Bausch- 
er, Dr. F. B. Clifford. 



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SEATED- Tom Brown, David Hares, Carolyn Dorbandt, Eddie Vetter, Margie Schaez- 
ler, Buddy Renick, Mary Louise Meyers, JoAnn Winfrey. STANDING: Dwight 
Haley, Mary Beth McKinney, Billy Chee Ling, Neil Abeles, Janet Sechnst, Susie 
Stark, Jim Thompson, Julie Johnson, John Birkner, Mary Jean Fmcher Susan Staples, 
Lenise Latch, Trecia Stevens, Wayne Lasater, Mary Robmette, Mark Lett, 
Tomkins. NOT PICTURED: Jerry Harper, Bubba Few, Jeanine Sandetur, 
Coburn, Mary Helen Hilburn, Juliana Shaw. 



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Elected by the student body, officers of the SCA are 
President Eddie Vetter, Secretary Margie Schaezler, Vice- 
President Carolyn Dorbandt, and Treasurer Buddy 
Renick. 



Mood Hall provides a perfect place for 
the SCA Christmas Sing Song. 



Religious Activities 



The Student Christian Association coordinates the re- 
ligious activities on campus by sponsoring many ac- 
tivities, which include planning "Tonight" programs, 
Morning Watch, a fund drive for World University 
Service, and the annual Christmas Sing Song. 




Enjoying himself at a SCA reception is Dr. 
Kenneth Pope, speaker for the Fall Preach- 
ing Mission, who enlightened the campus 
on "A Student's Faith." 




Dr. Henry Bowman, speaker for the SCA-sponsored Mar- 
riage Seminar, caused many students to seriously think 
about love and marriage — even Tharelyn. 



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Honor Council- 

Student Concern Determines Value 




SEATED- Pat Johnson, Bettie Scott, Nancy Armistead, Edward Gauntt, Susan 
Stark, Diane Bobbitt, Janet Sechrist. STANDING: Paul Primm, chairman. NOT 
PICTURED: Neil Abies, Mary Jean Fincher, David Watts. 



Based on the principle that a student, when placed on his honor will not violate 
his trust the Honor Council places responsibility on each student. Acting as 
co-ordinator and mediator, the Honor Council serves all charges made as a result 
of violation of the honor system. The chairman of the council is the Vice-President 
of the Student's Association. Membership of the Council consists of the chairman, 
four members from the senior class, and three members from the junior and the 
sophomore classes. 






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SEATED: Leanna Haris, Betsy Boushall, Lee Howard, 
Sondra Sullivan. STANDING: John Estes, Louise Hardin, 
Jim Thompson, Tom Brown. 



JERRY ELROD 
Editor 



Mega phone- 

Staff Occupies 
Press Office 




SEATED: Susan Staples, Ivy Hooks. 
STANDING: Suzanne Dykstra, Jo Ann 
Ward, Tim Ryan. 




SEATED: Patsy Owen, Pat Lee. STAND- 
ING: Mary Ruth Fisher, LaSchelle Thomp- 
son, David Taylor, Tommy McClung. 



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SEATED: Diann Chaney, Margaret Benjamin, Betsy 
Hamric, Bettie Scott, Ann Dozier, Ann McEachern, Patsy 
Stanfield, Charlotte Tanksley. STANDING: Connie Su 
Collins, Terry Schoenemann. 



Publications ... 
SOU'WESTER 
STAFF RECORDS 
LIFE AT S.U. 




STANDING: Janet Tewes, Nancy Carter, JoAnna May, 
Lee Howard. SEATED: Judy Schaper, Pattie Clare, Mary 
Louise Meyers, Barbara Eck, Eleanor "Schultzie" Shult. 




PATTIE CLARE 
Editor 



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Publishing four issues an- 
nually, the Southwestern 
Magazine features articles 
and works written by stu- 
dents. Each time a Girl of 
the Issue is pictured. 




Publications ... 



SEATED: Dan Adamson, Janice Smith, Janet Tewes. 
STANDING: Louise Hardin, Charlotte Tanksley, Rona 
Beseler, Carolyn Knippa, Dr. F. B. Clifford. 



MAGAZINE FEATURES STUDENT CREATIVITY 




Mary Jean Fincher and Susan Staples con- 
tributed articles for the first issue of the 
Magazine. 




Dr. F. B. Clifford, sponsor; Janice Smith, 
editor. 



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Blue Ke y... 

National Honorary 
Recognize Campus 



SEATED: Morris Loden, Jimmy Armsworth,Seng Kah Ooi, 
Jerry R. Williams, Neil Abeles, Jim Thompson, Brian Sel- 
ander. STANDING: Steve Jackson, Buddy Renick, Paul 
Primm, Pat Johnson, Norman Roe. 



Blue Key was established in 1948 at 
Southwestern University. It is a national 
leadership fraternity. Members of Blue 
Key must be of junior and senior stand- 
ing and maintain a certain grade aver- 
age. 



Blue Key members usher at the annual 
Christmas Carol Service. 




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Cardinal Ke y,., 



Service Groups 
Students Leaders 



A national honorary service 
organization, Cardinal Key 
iniates upperclass women, 
who have contributed serv- 
ices to the campus commu- 
nity. 

Mary Alice Neely is presi- 
dent. 




SEATED: Lerlene McCoIIum, Mary Robinerre, Jan Davis, 
Barbara Eck, Rita Browning, Mary Alice Neely. STAND- 
ING: Pattie Clare, Mary Jean Fincher, Mary Beth Mc- 
Kinney, Diane Bobbitt, Nan Kennedy, Margie Schaezler. 
NOT PICTURED: Janice Smith, Bertie Scott, Bette 
Loventhal. 




One of the services of Cardinal Key is 
collecting attendance slips. 




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Weekend at College provides Cardinal Key 
another opportunity for service. 



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Advisor y ■■■ 

Lett Leads 130 
Mood Hall Boys 



SEATED: Neil Abies. STANDING: Ross Poteet, Sammy 
Coats, Jesse Hibbetts, Mark Lett. 



Advisor y... 

Ogden Heads 
Ruter Dorm 



SEATED: Jerry Elrod, Ronnie Ogden, Jerry Williams. 
STANDING: Stanley Hauerwas, Everett Frizzell. 




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STANDING: Rita Browning, Nan Kennedy, Lou Tompkins, Nancy Armistead. 
SEATED: Carolyn Dorbandt, Barbara Eck, Mary Louise Meyers, Mary Helen Hilburn 
Prella Mays, Diane Bobbirr. NOT PICTURED: Mary Alice Neely. 



Women's Advisor y... 

GirTs Direct New Study Hall 



Promoting the welfare of the girls in 
Laura Kuykendall Hall, Women's Ad- 
visory Council works closely with the 
three dormitory matrons and the admin- 
istration. The members are responsible 
for enforcing the rules of the dormitory. 

Nan Kennedy serves as president. 





Mask and Wi g... 

Productions Entertain 
Campus Audiences 



The purpose of Mask and Wig is to give 
a closer organization among drama stu- 
dents and give the members experience 
by participating in dramatic presenta- 
tions. 



FIRST ROW: Mary Louise Meyers, Jan Davis, Kathy Strickler, Ruby 
Lee Pyle, Patsy Owen, Barbara Smith, Kendall Hamric. SECOND ROW: 
Betty Knauth, Alan Share, Gayle Haden, Sandra Elliott, Horace Grit- 
fin, Kay Kennedy, Judy Standley, Bill Hite. THIRD ROW: Dr. Agnus 
Springer, Ida Jo Lee, Charlotte Tanksley, Jerry Strickler, Marcia Adams, 
Margaret Benjamin, Missy Mood, Laura Jane Wingrey. FOURTH 
ROW- Pete Calhoun, Rosemary Wendt, Walter Pinkston, Susan Swift, 
Betsy Boushall, Martha Burns, Ann McEachern. FIFTH ROW: Jerry 
0. Williams, Jodie Crayton, Judy Allen, R. J. Mott, Leanna Harris. 



The productions for the 1959-60 season 
were The Miser, The Skin of Our Teeth, 
Saul, The Devil and Daniel Webster, 
and Trio. 




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The illustrious Dr. Springer and his co- 
horts. 



Little did Jerry know that he would receive 
the Goosetree Morgan Award. 



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National Guild of Or g anists- 

Organists Welcome New Musicians 

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SEATED: Nancy Dague, Jeanette Jarrard Jameson, Rosemary Coghlan. STANDING: 
Jimmy Noblin, John Schmidt, Margaret Siefert, Mr. R. C. Penick, Jean Causey, Ross 
Poteet. 



Lab Band... 



Group Plays 
Dance Music 



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George Duncan, Mr. George Nelson, Ever- 
ette Frizzell, Dick Frerking, David Watts, 
Robert Penick, Mr. Thomas Douglas, Tom 
Leggett, Norman Roe. 




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A ca p pella Choir... 

Achievements Deserve Recognition 




FIRST ROW: Paul Earls, Sandra Munson, Jimmy Lazenby, Nancy Seerden, Neil 
Abeles, Mary McCoy, Kenneth Wright, Virginia Simms, David Watts. SECOND ROW: 
Doug Shields, Linda Wooster, Steve Jackson, Kay Henry, Joe Peno, Joyce Glasscock, 
Jerry R. Williams, Linda Hutsell, Karl Bruner, Mary Alice Neely, Calvin Jochetz, 
Trecia Stevens, Robert Allgood. THIRD ROW: Lenise Latch, David Scarcella, Mary 
Robinette, Sam Birkner, Jonelle Wheatley, Danny Baker, Edith Davis, Jim Kennedy, 
Margaret Mount, Robert Sebesta, Margie Dalchau, Richard Lockhart. FOURTH 
ROW: John Williams, Carole Graff, Jerry Lackey, Glenda Roe, Buck Redding, Karen 
Smith, John Birkner, Pat Fletcher, John Schmidt, Eve Porter, Norman Roe, Mary 
Lynch, Pat Johnson, Lee Henderson. 



Noted for its excellence in performance 
and quality of singing, the A Cappella 
Choir of Southwestern University de- 
serves tribute for its fine musical achieve- 
ment. Under the direction of Dean John 
D. Richards, the choir has sung in over 
15 churches this year. 





The student body has a chance to hear the 
choir every Thursday in chapel. 



Dean Richards and choir members discuss 
one of their selections. 



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Band... 



The band uses its talents 
not only at concerts, but 
also to contribute to the 
Southwestern spirit at bas- 
ketball games and pep ral- 
lies. 

Mr. George Nelson con- 
ducts the group. 



Musicians Express Talent 



Orchestra... 



The orchestra gives the 
students and faculty an op- 
portunity to work together 
in a common interest. Two 
concerts are presented each 
year. 



Mr. Thomas 
conductor. 



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Delta Omicron . 



Musicians Exhibit 
Talent and Ability 



A national professional 
music fraternity for wom- 
en, Delta Omicron fosters 
talent and increases inter- 
est in music by creating an 
opportunity for fellowship 
among the members. 




KNEELING: Mary Ann Thames, second vice-president; 
Carolyn Tenery, reporter. STANDING: Carolyn Thoma- 
son, warden; Lee Henderson, first vice-president; Doris 
Deats, historian and scholarship; Mrs. lola Chambers, 
sponsor; Marjorie Dalchau, president; Nancy Seerden, 
chorister; Eve Porter, social; Marguerite Johnson, treas- 
urer. NOT PICTURED: Mary Alice Neely, secretary; 
Rosemary Coghlan, chaplain. 







FIRST ROW: Joyce Glasscock, Nancy Ellen Wilcox, Martha Ann Davenport, Mary 
McCoy, Margaret Siefert. SECOND ROW: Marguerite Johnson, Mary Ann Thames, 
Marjorie Dalchau, Doris Deats, Carolyn Tenery. THIRD ROW: Mary Alice Neely, 
Carolyn Thomason, Nancy Seerden, Eve Porter, Jeanette Jarrard Jameson. 



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SEATED: Buddy Renick, Jodie Crayton, John Schmidt, Margie Schaezler, Jean Co- 
burn, Marcia Campbell. STANDING: Pattie Clare, Ed Franklin, Mary Alice Neely, 
Ray Sansom, Karen Kuhne, Lerlene McCollum. 



Pi Gamma Mu ... 



Pi Gamma Mu is a na- 
tional social science honor 
society. 

Pat Johnson is president. 



Al pha Chi... 



A national honor society, 
Alpha Chi initiates junior 
and senior members who 
have a 90 over-all average. 

Ray Sansom is president. 




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SEATED: Miss Pearl A. Neas, Mike Johnson, Lerlene McCollum, Pat Johnson, presi- 
dent; Carol Blackstone, Steve Jackson, Dr. L. H. Merzbach. STANDING: Dr. F. E. 
Gaupp, Karen Kuhne, John Schaub, Bess Guggolz, Bette Loventhal, Dr. Ralph Jones. 



Pi Delta E p silon... 

Journalists Receive Recognition 



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SEATED: Jan Davis, Janice Smith, Janet Tewes, Pattie Clare, Mary Louise Meyers 
Judy Schaper, Barbara Eck, Mary Alice Neely. STANDING: Mike Johnson. 



2nS5S I 3 1™ Y J0 T aIlS1 ? f^ternity, Pi Delta Epsilon initiates 
qualified student journalists who have worked on collegiate publica- 
tions, awarding them for their efforts and services in the journalistic 



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International Club... 



Students Promote Understanding 




SEATED- Stanley Wonq, Carolyn Dorbandr, Mina Sakaquchi, Kit Salazar Kay Peters, 
Darlene Killebrew, Wanda Okawa. STANDING: Neil Abeles, Billy Chee Ling, Hernan 
Salazar, Susan Petry,Seng Kah Ooi, David Luker. 



Striving to improve international relations by main- 
taining a democratic spirit, the International Club is 
composed of students from all over the world. This 
organization promotes a better understanding of the 
foreign students on campus. 



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SEATED: R. J. Morr, Gayle Haden, Pere Calhoun, Jerry Stickler. STANDING- 
Jerry 0. Williams, Ruby Lee Pyle, Bill Hire, Rosemary Wendr, Dr. Angus Springer 
Jan Davis, Jodie Crayton. 



Pi Epsilon Delta... 

Actors Create High Standards 



In order to be eligible for membership into Pi Epsilon 
Delta, a student must be an upperclassman and have 
participated in at least two campus drama activities. 
This national honorary dramatic fraternity encourages 
individual and group theatrical effort in order to create 
a higher standard in drama. 



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Pre-Law Societ y ^ 

Future Lawyers Learn From Colleagues 




FIRST ROW: Bob Rork, John Shook, George Kesler. SECOND ROW: Mike Johnson, 
Ned Cannon, Crandell Addington, Houston Briggs. THIRD ROW: Phil Fielder, John 
Harris, Wayne Mercer, Ronnie Ogden, Jolly Foster, Bill Ellis. 



Prominent persons connected with the law profes- 
sion speak to the members of the Pre-Law Society in 
order to inform them of future problems and oppor- 
tunities. 

The president of this organization is Mike Johnson. 



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Science Societ y ... 
Interest Promotes 

Greater Learning 



Increasing interest and knowledge in 
the sciences, the Southwestern Univer- 
sity Science Society honors advanced stu- 
dents of the natural sciences and mathe- 
matics. In order to belong, students must 
maintain an eighty-four average. 




OFFICERS: Jay Chapman, Physics vice-president; Bill 
McClendon, Chemistry vice-president; Ray Sansom, 
president; Seng Kah Ooi, Biology vice-president; Lloyd 
Huff, reporter. NOT PICTURED: Prella Mays, secretary; 
Lynn Weeks, Mathematics vice-president. 



SEATED: Jay Chapman, Lloyd Huff, Annette Whittle, Hall Gene Moore, Ann Baugh. 
STANDING: Ray Sansom, Stanley Wong, Bill McClendon, Mr. Ralph Whitmore, 
Franklin Sun, Dewayne Bostick, Darol Lindloff, Seng Kah Ooi, David Baker Dr Gor- 
don Wolcott, Dr. E. B. Girvin, Dean 0. A. Ullrich. 





German Club... 



Culture, Language 
Promote Interest 






SEATED: Mildred Lawler, Linda Wilson, Jay Chapman, 
Carol Scheirer, Stanley Hauerwas, Charlotte Tanksley, 
Prella Mays, Roberta Byrom. STANDING: Lynn Weeks, 
Ray Sansom, Lloyd Huff, Pattie Pollard, Bubba Few, 
Danny Baker, Duncan McNitzky, Mr. Denes Monostory. 



The German Club has as 
its objective to assemble 
those German students who 
have manifested enthusias- 
tic interest in the German 
culture and ideals. This 
chapter works closely with 
TAGS, Texas Association of 
German Students. 

Leading the organization 
is Danny Baker. 




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SEATED: Jerry Lackey, Barbara Bohmfalk, Mervyn 
Stelter, Charles Burleson, Joan Wellborn, Susan Stark, 
Steve Sharp. STANDING: Calvin Jochetz, Larry Sand- 
ers, Everett Frizzell, John Schaub, Dale McElroy, Walter 
Pin'kston, Charles Gates, Norman Boufford. 




SEATED: Judy Thornton, Laura Jane Winfrey, Jerry Evans, Sandy Sanders, Mary Ann 
Trappey, Eleanor White, Penny Holman, Mary Beth Lamb, Virginia Simms, Pete 
Smith. STANDING: Dr. M. K. Merzback, Linda Hutsell, Louise Hardin, Henry Cox, 
Ann Maresh, Virginia Macmillan, Elton Homesley, Sandy Coon, Annette Whittle, 
John Williams, Linda Wilson, Lenise Latch, Joanna Morgan, Gary Mobley. 




French Club... 

Studies Culture 
For Second Year 



Studying the French lan- 
guage and culture, this is 
the second year of organi- 
zation for the French Club. 



Linda Wilson, president; Dr. 
M. K. Merzback, sponsor. 



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FIRST ROW: Linda Wooster, Bobbie Roper, Jo Salter, Ivy Hooks, Betsy Hamnc, Susan 
Staples, Susan Petry. SECOND ROW: Kay Foster, Penney Langford, Bess Guggolz, 
Marcia Hooker, Diann Chaney, Pat Harrison, Mary Elizabeth Calkin, Joanna May. 
THIRD ROW: Dr. J. H. McCoy, Harry Grappa, John Shook, Phil Fielder, Tim Koehl, 
Bob Rork, Tom McAferty, John Archer, Merritt Hitt, Gary Vieaux, Dickey Stanley. 
FOURTH ROW: Odell Cates, James Speck, Des Woods, David Curd, Dick Lane. 



S panish Club ... 

Mexico Trip Provides Climax 




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Eating at El Matamoros is one of the activities of the 
Spanish Club. Trips to San Antonio and Mexico provide 
other ways to study the Spanish culture. 






NEA... 



Future Teachers Stress Goals 




KNEELING: Betsy Hamric, Missy Mood, JoAnn Winfrey, Ann Day. SEATED: Patsy 
Stanfield, Jean Coburn, Patricia Morrow, Charlene Vetter, Diana Beighle, Mary 
Robinette. STANDING: Lyndale Hultquist, Connie Su Collins, Jean Causey,' Linda 
Wilson, Judy Nyquist, Rowena Stone, Virginia Macmillan, Diane Norris, Marcia 
Campbell. 



The National Education 
Association attempts to in- 
crease interest among fu- 
ture teachers. Affiliated 
with the Texas State Teach- 
ers Association and Nation- 
al Education Association, 
South-western's chapter 

sponsors several informa- 
tive programs each year, 
featuring guest speakers. 



PICTURED AT LEFT: Con- 
nie Su Collins, historian; 
Jonelle Wheatley, parlia- 
mentarian; Patsy Stanfield, 
secretary; Mary Robinette, 
vice-president; Jean Causey, 
president; Dr. T. P. Jones, 
sponsor; Linda Wilson, treas- 
urer. 







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Kap pa Phi-. 

Prepare Future 



Training young Christian 
women to become church 
leaders in the future is the 
purpose of Kappa Phi. This 
organization is similar to 
the WSCS in the Methodist 
Church. 

Barbara Eck is president of 
Kappa Phi. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




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FIRST ROW: Connie Su Collins, Terry Schoenemann, Ruby Lee Pyle, Jo Ann Rice, 
Barbara Eck, Sheila Thomas. SECOND ROW: Jenny Parris, Patsy Owens, Ann 
Maresh, Barbara Menking, Marlis Ellis, Bobbie Roper, Eleanor Shult. THIRD ROW: 
Judy Thornton, Mrs. F. B. Clifford, Mrs. E. R. Lundblad, Suzanne Haralson, Barbara 
Kobs, Barbara Bohmfalk, Lenise Larch, Margaret Rodgers, Ellen Risinger, Sandy 
Sanders, Jeanine Sandefur. 



Kap pa Chi ... 

Church Leaders 



Kappa Chi provides life 
service students with an 
opportunity to learn more 
about their chosen field. 
Activities which further 
this purpose include lec- 
tures and workshops. 




Buddy Renick, president 




SEATED: Eric Nye, Martha Virden, Joan Wellborn, John Schaub, Nancy Armistead, 
Winkie Wise. STANDING: Jim Thompson, Joan Atchison, Eddie Vetrer, Danny 
Baker, Mary Louise Meyers, Dale McElroy, Bernie Sandberg, Walter Pinkston, Buddy 
Renick, Neil Abeles. 



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Panhellenic- 

Determines Rush Rules 



Both Women's and Men's Panhellenic serve as a medi- 
um through which a closer interfraternity relationship 
is maintained. Progress has been made in the effort 
of the organizations represented. As the governing 
body of rush, the Panhellenics determine rush rules 
and penalties for infractions of these rules. 

Carolyn Knippa is president of Women's and Joe 
Darsey leads Men's Panhellenic. 



SEATED: Van Valentine, Barney Stanley. STANDING: 
Darol Lindloff, Joe Darsey, Paul Primm, Robert Sebesra. 
NOT PICTURED: Jon Brecht. 




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Carole Graff, Doris Deats, Kathy Fleming, Bettie Scott, 
Carolyn Knippa, Janice Fleming, Beth Rider, Kay Dean 
Baker, Pat Swanzey, Patricia Morrow. 



Interfraternity Council... 

Greek Week Improves, Fosters Fraternal Purposes 




d l J J Swanze y/ Carole Graff, Rita Browninq, Carolyn Knippa, Diane Bobbin, 
Beth Rider, Kathy Fleming, Patricia Morrow. STANDING: Van Valentine, Paul 
Pnmm, Prella Mays, Barbara Eck, Darol Lindloff, Joe Bauscher, Joe Darsey. 



Because of the need of a co-ordinating body among 
the social organizations, the Interfraternity Council 
was formed. One of the major projects, which was 
begun last year, is sponsoring a Greek Week. During 
this week, fraternity relations and purposes are 
strengthened. 

Joe Darsey is president. 



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WRA 



Encourages Sports Activities 




FIRST ROW: Jane Elzner, Ann Bauqh, Morv Beth McKinney, Dorothy Stevens Beth 
Rider Janet Tewes, Jo Ann Winfrey. SECOND ROW: Penney -Longford I Carol 
Stouder, Deanne McFarland, Betty Ann Weir, Bettie Scott Pre Ha Mays, LaSchelle 
Thompson. THIRD ROW: Betsy Boushall, Susie Hughes, Mary Lynch. 



Encouraging participation and sportsmanship, Wom- 
en's Recreation Association sponsors many girls in- 
tramural tournaments. Activities included during the 
year are volleyball, bowling, basketball, tennis, ping- 
pong and swimming. Points are accumulated during 
the year and a trophy is given to the winning social 
organization. 



Janet Tewes serves as president. 



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Lettermen's Association... 

Lettermen Initiate Eleven Athletes 




FIRST ROW: Jesse Hibbetts, Del Moberq, Tcmmy McClunq, David Watts, Bobby 
Lade, Allan Snavely. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Baker, Bill Thornton, David Tafoya, 
David Varnado. THIRD ROW: Lewis Johnson, Steve Jackson, Ronnie Ogden, Rob- 
ert Allgood, Billy Caskey, Paul Patrick, Merriman Morton, Darol Lindloff, Joe 
Sheldon, Don Williams, Coach Myron Dees, Jerry Strickler. 




The Lettermen's Associa- 
tion initiates athletes par- 
ticipating in Southwestern 
sports, who are awarded 
letters. Lettermen are se- 
lected by coaches on the 
basis of service, perform- 
ance, and attitude. 

The president is Bobbv 
Lade. 



Robert Allgood, Tommy Mc- 
Clung, David Varnado, and 
Joe Sheldon portray the 
typical 1959 prospective ini- 
tiate. 




Independent 

Bobby Lade, President 
Diane Norris, Vice-President 
Jean Causey, Sec.-Treas. 
Neil Abeles 
Nancy Armistead 



Joan Atchison 
James L. Baker 
Margaret Baker 
Barbara Bohmfalk 
Norman Boufford 

Roberta Byrom 
Doris Cater 
Rosemary Coghlan 
William Collins 
Trecia Conder 

Henry Cox 
Lyman Cox 
Harry Crowe 
Marjorie Dalchau 
Edith Davis 

Marlis Ellis 
Gayle Evans 
Jim Finnegan 
Mary Ruth Fisher 
Horace Griffin 



King Hall 
Kendall Hamrick 
Suzanne Haralson 
Anne Harley 
Nancy Hart 

Susie Harwell 
Mary Helen Hilburn 
Lyndale Hultquist 
Steve Jackson 
Jeanette Jarrard Jameson 

Byron Jarrett 
Marguerite Johnson 
Darlene Killebrew 
Ike Ledger 
Pat Lee 



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Association 

Carl Lloyd 
Tommy McClung 
Barbara Menking 
Mary Louise Meyers 
Joanna Morgan 

Ginger Morris 
Judy Nyquist 
Wanda Okawa 
Bill Osher- 
Sandy Ostendorf 

Patsy Owen 
Robert Paysee 
Kay Peters 
Susan Petry 
Walter Pinkston 

Ross Poteet 
Buddy Renick 
Jo Ann Rice 
Ellen Risinger 
Mina Sakaguchi 

Hernan Salazar 
Yuri Salazar 
Jo Salter 
Bernie Sandberg 
Monette Sawyer 





Carol Scherier 
Doris Scoggins 
Pete Smith 
David Snowden 
Charles Spellman 

Ellen Spellman 
Janet Tewes 
Sharon Tracy 
Allison Trompler 
Gary Vieaux 



Martha Virden 
David Watts 
John Williams 
Winkie Wise 



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Alpha Delta Pi 



PRESIDENT Mary Robinette 

VICE-PRESIDENT Pattie Clare 

RECORDING SECRETARY Lee Howard 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Ann Dozier 

TREASURER Jo Ann Winfrey 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1851 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1907 









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We'll pledge! 



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Mary Robinette 
Pattie Clare 
Lee Howard 
Ann Dozier 
Jo Ann Winfrey 
Beverly Bradberry 
Rita Browning 
Mary Jane Carroll 
Jean Coburn 



Ross Covington 
Betty Ewing 
Carol Henderson 
Jane Jenkins 
Karen Kuhne 
Missy Mood 
Eve Porter 
Beth Rider 
Margie Schaezler 



La Schelle Thompson 
Joan Wellborn 
Marcia Adams 
Betsy Boushall 
Nancy Carter 
Diann Chaney 
Nancy Dague 
Martha Davenport 
Suzanne Dykstra 



Sandra Elliott 
Jerry Evans 
Louise Hardin 
Kay Kennedy 
Ida Jo Lee 
Kay Lindell 
Margie McCreless 
Mary McCoy 
Patty Pollard 



Barbara Lou Smith 
Jo Ann Ward 
Jackie Watts 
Laura Jane Winfrey 



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Delta Delta Delta 



PRESIDENT Margaret Mount 

VICE-PRESIDENT Betty Anne Weir 

SECRETARY Kay Henry 

TREASURER Carolyn Dorbandt 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1883 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1911 





Eat hearty girls, you may 
not have another meal for 
a long time. 



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Judy Thornton 
Dotty Whigham 
Janie Willson 
Diane Yarbrough 



Margaret Mount 
Betty Anne Weir 
Kay Henry 
Carolyn Dorbandt 
Ann Baugh 
Nan Baugh 
Bi I lie Lou Bryson 
Nancy Conerly 
Judy Edington 



Lee Henderson 
Judy Jones 
Nan Kennedy 
Mary Beth McKinney 
Hall Gene Moore 
Mary Alice Neely 
Tharelyn Nichols 
Louzelle Price 
Diane Pope 



Janice Smith 
Trecia Stevens 
Carolyn Tenery 
Mary Ann Thames 
Lou Tompkins 
Jonelle Wheatley 
Annette Whittle 
Diana Beighle 
Rona Beseler 



Mary Elizabeth Calkin 
Jane Culwell 
Jane Elzner 
Hazel Hartung 
Ellen Irwin 
Carolyn Kelly 
Cherry Knippa 
Penney Langford 
Deanne McFarland 



Joanna Morgan 
Glenda Roe 
Margaret Scott 
Carolyn Shinier 
Karen Smith 



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Delta Zeta 



PRESIDENT Sarah Shepherd 

VICE-PRESIDENT Susie Hughes 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Susan Stark 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY ______ Judy Schaper 

RECORDING SECRETARY Barbara Sing 

TREASURER Terry Schoenemann 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1902 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1946 





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a PiKA function? 



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Carol Stouder 
Kathy Strickler 
Barbara Williams 
Patsy Warfield 



Sarah Shepherd 
Susie Hughes 
Susan Stark 
Barbara Sing 
Judy Schaper 
Terry Schoenemann 
Martie Adams 
Marcia Campbell 
Connie Su Collins 



Kathy Fleming 
Claudia Frazer 
Joyce Glasscock 
Gayle Haden 
Linda Hutsell 
Julie Johnson 
Barbara Kobs 
Mary Lynch 
Virginia MacMillan 



Ann Maresh 
JoAnna May 
Prella Mays 
Jenny Parris 
Ruby Lee Pyle 
Bettie Scott 
Patsy Stanfield 
Dotty Damon 
Kay Foster 



Mary Beth Lamb 
Beverly Medford 
Charlene Miller 
Linda Olson 
Glenda Greer 
Leanna Harris 
Kay Hays 
Penny Holman 
Janet Holt 



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Phi Mu 



PRESIDENT Sheila Thomas 

VICE-PRESIDENT Barbara Ann Eck 

SECRETARY Doris Deats 

TREASURER Lenise Latch 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1852 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1908 





Will it really go two miles 
an hour? That's going rather 
fast. 



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Sheila Thomas 
Barbara Ann Eck 
Doris Dears 
Lenise Latch 
Marilyn Brough 
Janet Gibson 
Carole Graff 




Bess Guggolz 
Lerlene McCollum 
Carol Ann Marsh 
Pat Mock 
Jeanine Sandefur 
Sandy Sanders 
Nancy Seerden 
Virginia Simms 



Carolyn Thomason 
Beth Albrecht 
Betty Almond 
Jeanne Bingham 
Clarice Coffey 
Pat Pitts 

Margaret Rodgers 
Bobbie Roper 



Margaret Seifert 
Sondra Shands 
Eleanor "Schultzie" Shult 
Mary Jane Simmonds 
Sue Wingfield 



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Zeta Tau Alpha 



PRESIDENT Mildred Lawler 

VICE-PRESIDENT Patricia Morrow 

RECORDING SECRETARY Joan Schelling 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY _ Sondra Sullivan 

TREASURER Linda Wilson 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1898 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1906 





Don't laugh — "Miss Advised" will make 
money at the Carnival! 




What Zeta cuties! 



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Mildred Lawler 
Patricia Morrow 
Nancy North 
Sondra Sullivan 
Linda Wilson 
Judy Allen 
Joan Barton 
Carol Blackstone 
Diane Bobbin 



Pam Chilton 
Ann Day 
Sharon Harris 
Jolene Henson 
Sandra Munson 
Joan Schelling 
Janet Sechrist 
Susan Staples 
Dorothy Stevens 



Pat Swanzey 
Charlene Vetter 
Eleanor White 
Linda Armour 
Martha Burns 
Carolyn Canady 
Jane Guest 
Ivy Fay Hooks 
Janet Junker 



Penny Lewis 
Ann McEachern 
Judy Montgomery 
Barbara Nicholson 
Lynn Parks 



Judy Standley 
Ann Stevenson 
Susan Swift 
Mary Ann Trappey 
Linda Wooster 



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Kappa Alpha 



PRESIDENT Jim Kennedy 

VICE-PRESIDENT Tom Hancock 

SECRETARY Jim Reid 

TREASURER Jim Croley 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1865 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1883 



Jim Kennedy 
Tom Hancock 
Jim Reid 
Jim Croley 



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Tod Mixon 
Robert Montgomery 
Chris Penick 
David Quick 
Don Quick 



Robert Richards 
Robert Sebesta 
Windell Taylor 
Jim Thompson 
Jack Warren 



Calvin Whiteley 
Dick Williamson 
Jerry R. Williams 
Kenneth Wright 



Tom Waggoner 
Bob Loveless 
Bill Leonard 
Jim Lazenby 



Smith Ray 
Robert Penick 
Arlen Ferguson 
Bill Fellows 




Bill Ellis 
Don Edwards 
Clarence Downing 
Ed Bock 



Ronald Bird 

Mrs. Blanche Rutledge 



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KA pledge master goes in 
the San Gabriel. 



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Kappa Sigma 



Buck Redding 
John Birkner 
Ronnie Ogden 
Dunken McNitzky 



Jim Johnson 
Jon Brecht 
Odell Cotes 
David Curd 



Phil Fielder 
Mike Garrett 
Calvin Jochetz 
John Hollingsworth 
Dick Lane 
James McNatt 
Grant Murrell 




Jack Ireland 
Jerry Jennings 
Lewis Johnson 
Mike Johnson 
Tommy Jordan 



John Roark 
Bob Rork 
John Schmidt 
James Speck 
Gerald Sylvester 
Bill Thornton 



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GRAND MASTER Ruck Redding 

GRAND PROCURATOR John Birkner 

GRAND MASTER OF CEREMONIES 

Ronnie Ogden 

GRAND SCRIBE Dunken McNitzky 

GRAND TREASURER Jim Johnson 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1869 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1886 




Kappa Sig fans in action. 



Fred Erck 
Dick Frerking 
Fred Gunrher 

Tom Gunrher 
Shelley Howell 



Wayne Laster 
Skippy Miller 
Tom Parker 
Rex Parks 
Mike Parsons 




Bill Watts 
Des Woods 
Crandell Addington 
Jeff Allen 
Steve Costley 
Kirby Dupree 



Lynn Patton 
Jack Prewett 
Richard Schmitt 
Ronnie VanAmburgh 
Charles Watkins 
David Wilson 
Dick Woods 



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Phi Delta Theta 



Paul Primm 
Richard Durdin 
George Burris 
Del Moberg 



Robert Allgood 
Gerald Applewhite 
Dewayne Bostick 
Tom Brown 



Eddie Vetter 
Bill Watson 
Harland Watson 
Dan Adamson 
Jim Bohmfalk 
Houston Briggs 
Jim Brown 



Ronnie Hartfield 
Dickie Hillyer 
George Hite 
Dewey Ervin 
Joe Lovelady 
Bob Murray 
Leslie Parrish 



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Harvey Ford 
Everett Frizze 
Ed Gauntt 
Guy Gross 
Stanley Hauerwas 



Tom McAferty 
Wayne Mercer 
Merriman Morton 
Doug Shields 
Jerry Strickler 
David Taylor 



PRESIDENT Paul Primm 

SECRETARY Richard Durdin 

TREASURER George Rurris 

REPORTER Del Moberg 

NATIONAL FOUNDING . 1848 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1886 



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What a way to earn a pin! 



Meal Cannon 
Phil Darby 
George Dunkin 
John Edge 
Jim Fisher 



Bill Hire 
Sherrill Hurley 
Darol Lindloff 
Richard Lockhart 
Morris Loden 




Paul Tuxworth 
Dick Jenkins 
Pal - Johnson 
Hubert Jones 
Milton Jordan 
William Seale 



Joe Sheldon 
Karl Bruner 
Sammy Coats 
Sandy Coon 
Paul Edwards 
Jon Franks 
Peter Hamel 



Mike Harrel 
Mike Roberts 
Kenneth Robinson 
John Shook 
Andy Vogel 
Ed Willis 
Mrs. C. S. Wuest 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 



PRESIDENT Barney Stanley 

VICE-PRESIDENT Sidney Fuqua 

TREASURER Billy Taylor 

PLEDGE MASTER Ronnie Presswood 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1868 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1910 






Barney Stanley 
Sidney Fuqua 
Billy Taylor 
Ronnie Presswood 




Jolly Foster 
Ed Franklin 
David Hares 
Harry Harris 
Jesse Hibbetts 



Bubba Holubec 
Joe Johnson 
Bill McClendon 
Donald McDonald 
Joe Mock 



R. J. Mott 
Steve Raben 
Mervyn Stelter 
Bob Tindell 



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Van Valentine 
Bill Winn 
Lloyd Huff 
Joe Bashara 



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Wendell Keeling 
Raymond Mayes 
Hub Parks 
Alex Patterson 



Pete Calhoun 
Paul Earls 
Ed Eckols 
John Engvall 




Bill Fair 
Charles Gates 
Merritt Hitt 
Robin Hugley 



Alan Share 
Gene Stoffel 
Buddy Threadgill 
Mrs. Rena Tidmore 







They're nice now, but until 
Monday night. 



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ADMINISTRATION 




WILLIAM CARRINGTON FINCH, A.B., S.T.B., Th.M., Ph.D., LLD. 

President 




Vice-President 



ISAAC JOEL McCOOK, SR. ; D.C.S. 
Vice-President, Finance 




WILLIAM GRAVES BLANTON, B.B.A., M.A. 
Vice-President, Development and 
Public Relations 



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MYRON F. WICKE, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 



DEANS 




RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON, A.B., A.M. 
Dean of Women 



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JOHN DAVID RICHARDS, B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 
Dean of the School of Fine Arts 



JOHN VERNON BERGLUND, A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Dean of Men 




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ADMINISTRATION 



OFFICIALS 







HOWARD A. LONG, A.B., S.T.B. 
Director of Admissions 





BASIL A. PHILLIPS, B.B.A. 
Auditor 




PEARL ROBINSON, R.N. 
University Nurse 



MARGUERITE DOLAN 
Secretary to Dr. I. J. McCook 



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PEARL ALMA NEAS 
Registrar 




MARY ELIZABETH FOX, A.B., B.S., M.A. 
Director, Publicity and Ex-Students' Association 




Administration 
Officials 





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DAVID KARL SWITZER, A.B., B.D. 
University Chaplain 




MARJORIE BEECH 
Assistant to the President 



RICHARD W. BLEVINS, B.B.A. 
Director, Bishops Memorial Union 



FREDERICK ERNEST GAUPP, Ph.D. 



History, 
Government 




LUTHER J. WAGGONER, A.B., B.D., A.M. 




RALPH WOOD JONES, B.M., M.M.Ed. 
Associate Professor of History 
and Government 




GEORGE C. HESTER, A.B., A.M., LL.D. 
Head of the Department of History 
and Government 




Psychology 




OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Head of Department 



Business Administration 





ELIZABETH RILEY LUNDBLAD, B.S., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Business Administration 



ISAAC JOEL McCOOK, JR., B.B.A., C.P.A. 
Part-time Instructor in the Department of 
Business Administration 



Home Economics 





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LUDWIG H. MERZBACH, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor and Head of the Department 

of Economics and Business Administration 



IRENE WHITESIDE DEUPREE, B.S., A.M. 
Associate Professor and Head of the Department 
of Home Economics 






Education 




SARAH S. ZAJICEK, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Education 




JUDSON SAMUEL CUSTER, B.M., M.M., Ed.D. 
Head of the Department of Education 
Professor of Education and Psychology 
Director of Testing and Counseling 




Sociology 



THOMAS P. JONES, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Education 




FRANK EDWARD LUKSA, A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the Department 
of Sociology 



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English 



JANE BROWN McCOOK, B.A., A.M. 
Part-time Instructor of English 



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Associate Professor of English 




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RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON, A.B., A.M. 
Professor and Head of the Department of 
English and Journalism 



English 





ELIZABETH GENTRY HAYES, A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of English 



MARY L. COX, B.A. 
Assistant- Librarian 



MILDRED GERVASI, B.S., M.L.S. 
Librarian 



Librarians 





ELSIE LOU MARSHALL, B.A. 
Assistant Librarian 



139 




Science 




SHERMAN D. LESESNE, B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the Department 
of Chemistry, Chairman of the Division 
of Natural and Applied Sciences 



E. W. KEITH, A.B., A.M. 
Director of Laboratories 




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EB CARL GIRVIN, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor and Head of the Department of Biology 



GORDON BLOOMFIELD WOLCOTT, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology and Geology 



140 



Science 





JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY, A.B., A.M., Sc.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 



BOB MARION BROWN, B.S., Ph.D. 

Professor and Head of the Department of Physics 



Math 




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MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX, A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 




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RALPH MARTIN WHITMORE, A.B., A.M. 
Head of the Department of Mathematics 



141 




Foreign Languages 



J. HAMILTON McCOY, A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 





ELIZABETH PLATT BEAVER, A.B., A.M. 
142 Part-Time Instructor of Foreign Languages 



MARGARET KOBER MERZBACH, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Part-time Visiting Professor of Foreign Languages 



Physical Education 





MYRON H. DEES, B.S., M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

and Assistant Coach 



BETTY PLOWMAN FISBECK, B.S. 
Teaching Fellow in the Department of 
Physical Education 





ESTHER MESSICK WEIR, A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 



RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY, A.B., A.M. 
Director of Athletics 



143 




JOHN N. R. SCORE, II, A.B., B.D. 
Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy 




JOHN VERNON BERGLUND, A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 



Religion, 
Philosophy 




EDMUND HOWARD STEELMAN, 
Th.B., B.S., S.T.B., S.T.M., S.T.D. 
Head of the Department of Religion 
and Philosophy 




144 



HARVEY D. WATTS, A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 



Speech, 
Drama 




ROLAND ANGUS SPRINGER, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the Department 



Music 





JIMMY DALTON BAINES, A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama 



Art 




ROBERT LEE LANCASTER, B.F.A., M.A. 
Associate Professor and Head of 
Department of Art 



JOHN DAVID RICHARDS, B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 
Head of the Department of Music Education 



145 




THOMAS CLAIR DOUGLASS, B.Mus., M.Mus. 
Associate Professor and Head of Department of 
String Instruments and Conductor of Sinfonietta 



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GEORGE E. NELSON, B.M.Ed., M.Mus. 
Director of the Band 




R. COCHRANE PENICK, A.B., Szc. Mus.M. 
Associate Professor and Head of the 
Department of Organ and Sacred Music 






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WENDELL LINCOLN OSBORN, B.M., M.Mus. 

Associate Professor, 

Head of the Department of Voice 




IOLA BOWDEN CHAMBERS, B.F.A., A.B., M.M 
Assistant Professor of Piano and Music Theory 



HENRY EDWIN MEYER, A.B., B.S., A.M., Mus.D. 
Professor and Head of the Department of Piano, 
Dean Emeritus of the School of Fine Arts 



147 




PERSONNEL 



LOUISE I. RADER, ANN NOBLES, 
BETTY KNAUTH, BEVERLY BRAUN 
Business Office Staff 





LUCILLE LOVENTHAL, LILLIAN 

WHITE, EFFIE DeARMENT 

Laura Kuykendall Hall Dormitory Matrons 



"SKINNIE" HOWARD, EVELYN ADERHOLD 
Sub Staff 




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GRACE WALKER, JO ANN PLOWMAN, 
JANICE FAUBION 
Administrative Secretaries 






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IRENE ARMSWORTH, JANICE 
FORD, ELLEN SPELLMAN 
Administrative Secretaries 




FLOYD B. LACKEY 
Campus Engineer 



EDITH E. WILLIAMS 
Dietitian 



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BROWN SWIMMING POOL 




FONDREN SCIENCE HALL 



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ALMA THOMAS THEATRE and FINE ARTS CENTER 




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MARTIN RUTER DORMITORY 









MOOD HALL 






LOIS PERKINS CHAPEL 




CODY MEMORIAL LIBRARY 




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KNEELING: James Ullrich, Bob Free, Barney Stanley, 
Merriman Morton, Jack Prewett 



STANDING: Coach Myron Dees, Lewis Johnson, Henry 
Kitzman, Paul Patrick, Dewey Ervin, James Baker, Bob 
Lade, Crandell Addington, Del Moberg. 



Pirates Display Spirit 



OPPONENTS 




SU 


Howard Payne 


67 


62 


Howard Payne 


78 


82 


Texas A&l 


62 


66 


Stephen F. Austin 


70 


80 


Texas Lutheran 


56 


66 


Saint Mary's 


88 


66 


Texas A&l 


59 


69 


Pan American 


76 


72 


Texas A&l 


64 


57 


Saint Edward's 


86 


79 


Saint Mary's 


83 


84 



OPPONENTS 




SU 


Texas Wesleyan 


80 


78 


Texas Lutheran 


72 


73 


Stephen F. Austin 


82 


62 


Huston Tillotson 


101 


88 


Saint Edward's 


80 


66 


Texas Wesleyan 


80 


74 


Huston Tillotson 


105 


101 


Trinity University 


67 


62 


Saint Mary's 


92 


68 


Trinity University 


86 


60 


Pan American College 


55 


46 



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JAMES BAKER; Captain 
6'5" Senior 
Four letters 
Waco 




Ballet de Basketball. 



BARNEY STANLEY 
6'2" Senior 
Four letters 
Georgetown 




BOBBY LADE 
6'2" Senior 
Two letters 
Frankston 




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Varsity 



HENRY KITZMAN 
6'1" Junior 
One letter 
Pattison 




Free breoks through the TLC defense to 
score as Kitzman and Baker look on. 



Go away! We're playing king-sized jacks. 




LEWIS JOHNSON 
6'1" Junior 
Three letters 
Chilton 




176 



Basketball 





ROBERT FREE 
6'1" Junior 
One letter 
Pollok 



A hand in the face is worth two in the 
basket for Kitzman. 



Peanut and Free eye Baker's familiar 
stretched out shot. 



PAUL PATRICK, Captain 
6'2" Senior 
Two letters 
Golden 





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JACK PREWETT 
5'10" Junior 
One letter 
Richmond 




JAMES ULLRICH 
5'9" Junior 
One letter 
Brenham 



Varsity Basketball 



It's that Free man again. 



DEWEY ERVIN 
6'6" Freshman 
One letter 
Houston 





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MERRIMAN MORTON 
6'1" Sophomore 
Two letters 
Lake Jackson 



Two points the hard way. 



CRANDALL ADDINGTON 
6'2" Junior 
One letter 
San Antonio 



DEL MOBERG 
5'9' Junior 
Two letters 
Austin 





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INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPS: KNEELING: Kenny Green, Dicky Hillyer, 
Jim Brown, Dewayne Bostick, Gerald Applewhite, Sherill Hurley, Eddie Vetter, Sammy 
Coats. STANDING: Pat Johnson, Milton Jordan, Darol Lindloff, Mike Roberts, 
Dwight Haley, Kenneth Robinson, Tom McAferty, Phil Darby, Hubert Jones, Doug 
Shields, Dick Jenkins, Andy Vogel, Max Barron. 

Undefeated Phis Grab Intramural Grid Crown 

FINAL STANDINGS 

WON LOST TIED 

PHIS 3 

INDEPENDENTS 1 1 1 

PIKES 1 1 1 

SIGS 3 

The opposing team's usual 

view of Dwight Haley from The Phis gang up on Pike 

the rear. Dickie Stanley. 







It's a clear road ahead! 



Boys, boys, you're not being 
very G&L. 



GAME SCORES 

Independents __ 8 Pikes 8 

Phis 42 Sigs 

Phis 36 Independents .... 8 

Pikes 20 Sigs 18 

Independents __ 6 Sigs 

Phis 56 Pikes 14 




The secret to the Phis' suc- 
cess, Gerald's accurate arm. 



You take it, I don't want it. 





What It Was, Was Football 



So far, so good. 





Somebody's got to give. 



Take it and go, boy! 





It's that man, Haley, again. 




INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS: KNEEL- STANDING: John Schmitt, Buck Redding, Lewis John- 
ING: Ronnie Van Amburgh, Calvin Jochetz, John Roark. son. 



Sigs Take First Place 



It's the battle of Baker-Hill. 

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Nonchalant Johnson lets Redding do the 
work. 





Intramura 





Barney Stanley goes up and over for the 
Pikes. 



The KA's and the Phis balance the ball 
on the net. 



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The Lone Spellman takes on five Kappa 
Sigs. 



Volleyball 




Get ready, KA's! Here comes a Phi missile. 





Gemld Hill kicks one over for the Pikes. 



Please don't let it hit me in the face. 



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Chapman shoots over Hill's 
head to score. 




The Phi's try to swat down 
the flying KA, Bill Leonard. 




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the bench. 





Redding makes two the hard 
way. 



BASKETBALL 





The Pikes and the Kappa Sigs line up for 
battle. 



Ireland goes over the Phi's 
heads to hit Van Amburgh. 





Applewhite shows the KA's 
how it is done. 



Roark goes high for a basket. 



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KNEELING: Martha Virden, Mary Louise Meyers, 
Terecia Conder, Janet Tewes, Nancy Hart. STANDING: 
Mina Sakaguchi, Jean Causey, Darlene Killebrew, Kay 
Peters, Peggy Baker, Pete Smith. 

Barbs Capture Volleyball Crown 




The Independents' Janet 
Tewes is really prepared for 
a rough spike. 




Fancy foot-work and intense 
interest help the Tri Delts 
get the ball over. 



188 




Mary Beth, why the strange face? Trying to prevent two 
points? 

Girls' Intramural Basketball 



Glenda, do you really think you'll make 
that shot? 





Phi Mu's and Independents battle desperately for the 
ball. 



189 



Pirate Tennis Team 




KNEELING: Jerry Strickler, Sammy Coats, Neal Abies. STANDING: Mickey Milligan, 
George Hite, David Watts. NOT PICTURED: Steve Jackson. 



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Pirate Golf Team 




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Robert Allgood, Buck Redding, Raymond Mayes. NOT 
PICTURED: Donald McDonald. 




R. M. Medley coaches both the golf and tennis team 
during the spring. 



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Class Earns Place 
In "SU Tradition" 



HOLLIS "PAT" JOHNSON 
President 





JIM ARMSWORTH 
Vice-President 



RITA BROWNING 
Secretary-Treasurer 



194 




GERALD APPLEWHITE, Houston; Business Administration 
Phi Delta Theta 

NANCY ARMISTEAD, Fort Stockton; Religion 

Independent Association; Student Christian Association, 
Publicity Chairman, Vice President; Honor Council; M.S.M. 
Council; Kappa Chi, Secretary-treasurer, Vice President; 
Megaphone Staff 

JAMES A. ARMSWORTH, San Antonio; Chemistry 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Chairman Pledge Advisory Board, Scholar- 
ship Chairman; Blue Key, Vice Pres.; Jr. Class, Pres.; Sr. 
Class, Vice President.; German Club; Married Students Asso. 



JOAN ATCHISON, Austin; Religion 

Independent Association, Program Chr., Beauty Nominee, 
Sweetheart nominee; Kappa Chi; M.S.M. Council; S.C.A. 
Council 

DAVID BAKER, Corpus Christi; Chemistry 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice Pres., Pledge trainer, Secretary; Mask 
& Wig; Science Society; Men's Panhellenic; Interfraternity 
Council 

JAMES AUSTIN BAKER, Waco; Biology 

"S" Asso.; Basketball; Independent Asso.; Track 



KAY DEAN BAKER, Navasota; Elem. Education 
Alpha Delta Pi, Membership Chr.; Panhellenic Rep.; N.E.A. 
Mask & Wig; W.R.A.; All-school Beauty; Cheerleader 
PiKA Dream Girl Nominee; Basketball Sweetheart Nominee 
"Best Dressed Girl"; S.C.A. 

MAX BARRON, Georgetown 
Phi Delta Theta 

ANN BAUGH, West Columbia; Chemistry 

Delta Delta Delta, Historian, Sports Chr., Scholarship Chr.; 
Science Society; German Club, Sec.-Treas.; W.R.A., Tennis, 
Ping-Pong, Badminton Chr.; Chemistry Lab Assistant 



NAN BAUGH, West Columbia; Secretarial Science 

Delta Delta Delta, Historian, Librarian, Treasurer; W.R.A., 
Tennis Chr., Treasurer; Annual Staff; N.E.A. 

CAROL BLACKSTONE, Ozona 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

DIANE BOBBITT, Huntsville; English 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Membership Chr., President, Beauty, Best 
Initiate; Cardinal Key; Orientation leader; Women's Ad- 
visory Council, Vice Pres.; Honor Council; Panhellenic 
W.R.A.; Mask & Wig; Kappa Phi; Best Dressed Nominee 



JAMES DEWAYNE BOSTICK, Beaumont 
Phi Delta Theta; Alpha Chi; Blue Key 

JON BRECHT, Dallas; Biology & Chemistry 
Kappa Sigma, House Mgr., Pres., Men's Panhellenic, Sec, 
Vice Pres.; Interfraternity Council, Vice Pres.; German Club- 
Orientation Leader; Student-Faculty Committee and Retreat- 
Scholarship from Kappa Sigma National (2 years) 

TOM BROWN, Dallas; English 

Phi Delta Theta, Vice Pres. of pledge class; S.C.A. Council; 
Megaphone and Magazine Staff, Circulation Manager- 
Kappa Chi; Ruter House Council 




195 




RITA BROWNING, Houston; Religion 

Alpha Delta Pi, Pres., Vice Pres., Cardinal Key; S.C.A., Sec; 
Women's Advisory Council, Sec; Kappa Chi; Sr. Class, Sec; 
Chapel Committee of Religious Life Committee; Megaphone 
Personality of the Month 

MARCIA CAMPBELL, Corpus Christi; Elem. Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Courtesy Chr.; N.E.A.; Alpha Chi; Kappa Chi 

JIM CARLIN, Mont Belview; Chemistry 

Independent Association; Cheerleader; Mood Hall Council; 
Kappa Chi 



JEAN CAUSEY, Eagle Lake; Elementary Ed. 

Independent Asso., Secretary-treasurer; Independent Girls, 
Sec-treas.; M.S.M., Sec; N.E.A., Treas., Pres.; Kappa Chi; 
Negro Fine Arts School teacher; Student group of American 
Guild of Organists 

J. WEHRLEY CHAPMAN, San Antonio; Physics & Math 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Sgt. at Arms, Sports Capt.; German Club; 
Science Society; Raymond Crow Sportsmanship Award; All 
Intramural Basketball and Volleyball 

JEAN COBURN, Bellaire; Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Pi, Guard, Scholarship Chr., Chaplain, Stand- 
ards Committee Chr.; S.C.A. Council; M.S.M.; Mask & 
Wig; N.E.A.; Alpha Chi 



CONNIE SU COLLINS, Houston; Elementary Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Historian, Charm Chr.; Beauty; N.E.A., His- 
torian; Kappa Phi, Social Chr., Vice Pres.; W.R.A. 

BETTIE JOHNSON DAHLBERG, Houston; Music Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Courtesy Chr., recording sec, Press Chr.; Mask 
& Wig; A Cappella Choir; A.G.O., Student Piano Teacher 

JOE DARSEY, Houston 
Kappa Alpha 



Epsilon Delta; Pi Delta 



JAN DAVIS, Corpus Christi; Drama 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Cardinal Key; Pi 
Epsilon 

DENNIS DUSEK, San Angelo 

JERRY DAVID ELROD, Palestine; English 

Megaphone, Circulation Mgr., Editor; Ruter House Council, 
Pres.; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities; S.C.A.; Kappa Chi; University Council; 
Student-pastor; Lon Morris transfer student 



ARTHUR MAX FERNANDEZ; San Antonio 
Pastor, Latin American Church, Georgetown 

JIM FISHER, Noblesville, Indiana; Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta 

JANICE FLEMING, Houston; Elementary Education 

Delta Delta Delta, Fraternity Education Chr., Rush Chr., 
Beauty Nominee; N.E.A.; W.R.A.; S.C.A.; Basketball Sweet- 
heart 




196 



KATHY FLEMING, Bellaire 
Delta Zeta 

SIDNEY FUQUA, Houston; Philosophy 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Chi; Canterbury Club; Mood Hall 
Dorm Council 

ED GAUNTT, Georgetown; Education & Spanish 

Phi Delta Theta, Historian, Warden; Blue Key; Spanish Club, 
Pres.; N.E.A.; Honor Council 



ROBERT GERSBACH, Bartlett; History 
Independent; N.E.A. 

KENNETH GREEN, Georgetown 

BESS GUGGOLZ, Brenham; Spanish 

Phi Mu, Vice President, Pledge Director; 

Alpha Chi; 

Pi Gamma Mu; 

Spanish Club, Secretary, Reporter; 

Honor Council; 

Canterbury Club; 

WRA 



FRED GUNTHER, Colorado City, Colorado 
Kappa Sigma 

GAYLE HADEN, McAllen; Speech and Drama 

Delta Zeta, Guard, Historian, Beauty Nominee; Mask & 
Wig; Pi Epsilon Delta 

JERRY HARPER, Palestine 
Phi Delta Theta 





JOLENE HENSON, Corpus Christi 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

CORINNE HIGBEE, Baytown 
Independent Association 

DONALD D. HIGBEE, Haddenfield, New Jersey 
Independent Association; Intramural sports 



JACK IRELAND, Brenham 
Kappa Sigma 

STEVE JACKSON, Donelson, Tennessee 

lndepend°nt Association; Intramural sports; Blue Key; 
Mood Hall Council 

BYRON JARRATT, Port Arthur; Reliqion 

lndepend°nt Association; Kappa Chi; M.S.M.; Lon Morris 
Transfer Student 



191 




MICHAEL T. JOHNSON, Bay City; History 

Kappa Sigma, Vice Pres., Rush Chr.; Pre-law Society, Pres.; 
Pi Gamma Mu, Sec.-treas.; Pi Delta Epsilon, Pres.; Mega- 
phone, Sports Editor; SCONA Rep.; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Colleges and Universities; Intramural 
football 

"PAT" HOLLIS JOHNSON, Dallas; History 

Phi Delta Theta, Vice Pres., Sec, Historian, Choristor; Blue 
Key; Pi Gamma Mu, Pres.; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities; Cheerleader; Honor 
Council; Sr. Class, Pres.; A Cappella Choir (4 years); Stu- 
dent Senate (3 years) 

NAN KENNEDY, Nacogdoches; English 

Delta Delta Delta, Pres., Chaplain; Cardinal Key, Treas.; 
Women's Advisory, Pres.; Alpha Chi; W.R.A.; S.C.A. Council; 
Honor Council; Student Senate (4 years); Who's Who 



CAROLYN KNIPPA, Austin; Sociology 

Delta Delta Delta, Beauty, Scholarship Chr., Rush Chr.; 
Panhellenic, Pres.; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Magazine 
Staff; W.R.A. Council 

KAREN GLYNN KUHNE, Houston; English 

Alpha Delta Pi, Beauty, Sec; N.E.A.; Pi Gamma Mu; Dean's 
List; Who's Who; Megaphone; Alpha Chi, Sec; University 
Council 

BOB LADE, Frankston; Biology 

Independent Asso., Pres.; Lettermens Asso., Pres.; Senate, 
Pari.; Basketball 



JOSEPH EDWARD LAMB, Houston 

DAROL SANDGREN LINDLOFF, Waco 
Phi Delta Theta 

CARL LLOYD, San Antonio 
Independent Association 



MORRIS RAY LODEN, Palestine; Bus. Adm. 

Phi Delta Theta, Pres., Reporter, Treas.; Student Senate, 
Pres.; Treas.; Fr. and Soph. Senator; Blue Key; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Universities 

BETTE LOVENTHAL, Georgetown 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

LERLENE McCOLLUM, La Porte; Bus Adm. 

Phi Mu, Beauty Nominee, Pres., Pledge Director, Xi Kappa 
Girl of the Year Award; Panhellenic, Sec; Interfraternity 
Council, Sec; Cardinal Key, Sec; Pi Gamma Mu, Sentinel; 
Alpha Chi, Treas.; Honor Council; Orientation Leader; Ger- 
man Club; Advisory Council, Treas. 



MARY BETH McKINNEY, Beeville; Elem. Ed. 

Delta Delta Delta, Vice Pres., Chaplain, Social Chr.; N.E.A., 
Treas.; Honor Council; Cardinal Key, Vice Pres.; W.R.A., 
Vice Pres.; All-star basketball; Orientation leader; "Best 
Dressed Girl"; Student Senate, Sec, Student Welfare Chr. 

PRELLA MAYS, Freeport 
Delta Zeta 

ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Georgetown 
Kappa Alpha 




198 



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HALL GEAN MOORE, Beaumont; Chemistry 

Delta Delta Delta, Recording and Corresponding Sec, Serv- 
ice Projects Chr.; Science Society; German Club 

MARY ALICE NEELY, San Benito; Music Ed. 

Delta Delta Delta, Pres., Vice Pres., Treas ; Delta Omicron, 
Pres., 1st Vice Pres., Sec, Historian; Cardinal Key, Pres.; 
Alpha Chi; A Cappella Choir; Orchestra; Band; Women's 
Advisory, Social Chr.; W.R.A.; Magazine; Megaphone; 
Honor Council; Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice Pres.; Student Senate, 
Sec; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities 

WANDA OKAWA, Kahuku, Oahu, Hawaii; Elem. Ed. 

Independent Asso.; International Club; S.C.A. Council; 
N.E.A.; Independent Girls, Vice Pres. 



SENG KAH OOI, Penang, Malaya 

Independent Asso.; International Club, Pres.; Science Society, 
Vice Pres.; M.S.M.; S.C.A.; Blue Key; Who's Who 

EVE PORTER, North Las Vegas, Nevada; Piano 

Alpha Delta Pi, Recording Sec, Song leader; Delta Omicron, 
Star, Chorister; A Cappella; S.C.A. ; W.R.A.; M.S.M.; Dance 
Band 

ROSS POTEET, JR., Simms; Sacred Music 

Independent Asso.; Kappa Chi; M.S.M.; Mood Hall Council; 
A.G.O. 





PAUL PRIMM, Bloomington; History 

Phi Delta Theta, Rush Chr., Alumnae Sec; Student Senate, 
1st Vice Pres.; Blue Key, Pres.; Orientation Leader; 
Sou'wester; Who's Who; Panhellenic; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; SCONA Rep., Student and Religious Life Committees; 
Pre-law Society 

RUBY LEE PYLE, Odem; Speech and Drama 
Delta Zeta 

BUCK REDDING, Victoria 
Kappa Sigma 



ROY GENE ROBBINS, Harlingen; Philosophy 
NORMAN ROE, Uvalde; English 
HERNAN SALAZAR, La Paz, Bolivia 



DAVID EDWARD SANDEFUR, Temple 

RAY L. SANSOM, Georgetown; Mathematics 

Blue Key; Alpha Chi, President; Science Society, Pres.; 
German Club 

JOHN SCHAUB, Houston; History 

Independent Asso.; Pi Gamma Mu, Sentinel; Kappa Chi, 
Boy's Contact; German Club; M.S.M. 



199 



WILLIE SCHLICKEISEN, Taylor; History 
Independent; N.E.A. 

BRIAN SELANDER, Houston; Psychology 

Independent Association; Blue Key; M.S.M., President; Vice 
President of the Central Texas Conference of the Texas 
Methodist Student Movement; German Club 

JANICE SMITH, Sabinal 
Delta Delta Delta 



DAVID DWIGHT SNOWDEN, Houston; Psychology 

Independent Association; Kappa Chi; Candidate for U.M.O.C. 

PATSY STANFIELD, Pasadena; Elem. Ed. 

N.E.A. , Sec; Annual Staff; W.R.A.; Delta Zeta, Charm 
Chr., Recording Sec, Beauty Nominee 

ROWENA SPAIN STONE, Georgetown; Elem. Ed. 

Distinction List; N.E.A.; F.T.A.; Secretary to Dr. Finch in 
summers 



JANET TEWES, Odem; Art 

Independent Association, Beauty, Sweetheart, Social Chr., 
Girl's Sports Capt.; Basketball Sweetheart; Ail-Star Intra- 
mural teams; W.R.A., Pres. 

JAMES WILLIAM THOMPSON, Longview; Religion 

Kappa Alpha, Sec, Treas., Corresponding Sec; Blue Key; 
M.S.M. Officer; S.C.A. Council (4 years); Spanish Club; 
Megaphone Staff; Kappa Chi (4 years) 

BILL THORNTON, Sulphur Springs; Bus. Adm. 

Kappa Sigma, Treas., Guard, Sports Capt.; Panhellenic; 
Interfraternity Council; "S" Asso., Vice Pres.; Track Letter- 
man 





VAN VALENTINE, Houston; Math 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Sec, Pres.; Men's Panhellenic; Interfra- 
ternity Council 

CHARLENE VETTER, Houston; Elem. Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Ritual Chr., Vice Pres.; Kappa Phi; Mask 
& Wig; W.R.A.; N.E.A., Sec. 

CALVIN WHITELEY, Georgetown; Bus Adm. 
Kappa Alpha 



ONNIE DEE WHITTINGTON, Clute; Religion 

Student Group of American Guild of Organists; Negro Fine 
Arts School Teacher; Vocal Ensemble 

ANNETTE WHITTLE, Shamrock; Chemistry 

Delta Delta Delta, Historian, Publicity, Activities; Science 
Society; French Club; Concert band; Pre-medical Asso.; 
Megaphone Staff 

JERRY 0. WILLIAMS, Beaumont; Speech and Drama 



200 




JERRY R. WILLIAMS, Childress 
Kappa Alpha 

BILL WINN, Uvalde 

LAWRENCE WISDOM, Dallas; Chemistry 

Independent Asso.; Science Society; Megaphone, Business 
Mgr., Advertising Mgr.; Magazine, Business Mgr.; Sou'- 
wester, Business Mgr.; Student Instructor, Organic Chemistry 
and Gravmetric Analysis 



MRS. MARY LYNN WISDOM, Cypress; Chemistry 

Independent Asso., Sweetheart, Vice Pres., Beauty Nominee; 
Cardinal Key, Sec; Science Society; Pre-med Society; In- 
dependent Girls, Pres.; Soph. Class, Sec. 

STANLEY PI SHU WONG, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Chine- 
Biology & Chemistry 
International Club; German Club; Science Society; Alpha Chi 

JAMES DES WOODS, Katy; Psychology 

Spanish Club, Treas.; Kappa Sigma; University of Houston 
Transfer Student 



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Seniors Slave 




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203 




Juniors,.. 

Class Views Ahead 
A Big Senior Year 



DAVID HARES 
President 




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BILL McCLENDON 
Vice-President 



JULIE JOHNSON 
Secretary-Treasurer 



204 



Juniors 

NEIL ABELES 
Paris 

CRANDELL ADDINGTON 
San Antonio 

GAYLE AHLGREEN 
Taylor 

DANNY BAKER 
Harlingen 

JAMES L BAKER 
Combes 

JOAN BARTON 
Monahans 

JOE BAUSCHER 
Wichita Falls 

JOHN RAY BIRKNER 
Kingsville 

BARBARA BOHMFALK 
Ingleside 

NORMAN BOUFFARD 
Georgetown 



BILLIE LOU BRYSON 
Bertram 

CHARLES BURLESON 
Huntsville 




ANN DOZIER 
Dallas 

RICHARD DURDIN 
Beaumont 

BARBARA ECK 
La Grange 

JOHN ENGVALL 

Georgetown 

MARY JEAN FINCHER 
Lufkin 



205 



MARY RUTH FISHER 
Sinton 

ED FRANKLIN 
Belton 

CLAUDIA FRAZER 
Houston 

MARION "DICKIE" FRERKING 
Lake Jackson 

CAROLE GRAFF 
Brownsville 



HARRY GRAPPA 
Mexico City, D.F. 

HORACE GRIFFIN 
Quanah 

JUDY HALL 
Corpus Christi 

SUZANNE HARALSON 
Wichita Falls 

DAVID HARES 
New Castle, Pennsylvania 



HARRY HARRIS 
Corpus Christi 

JOHN HARRIS 
Austin 

JESSE HIBBETTS 
Lake Jackson 

BILL HUE 
College Station 

RAY "BUBBA" HOLUBEC 
Granger 



ELTON HOMESLEY 
Flatonia 

LEE HOWARD 
Austin 

LLOYD HUFF 
West Columbia 

SYLVIA "SUSIE" HUGHES 
Houston 

SHERRELL HURLEY 
Houston 











JIM JOHNSON 
Sulphur Springs 

JOE WAYNE JOHNSON 
Dallas 

JULIE JOHNSON 
Houston 

LEWIS JOHNSON 
Chilton 

HUBERT "LIGHTNING" JONES 
Georgetown 



TOMMY JORDAN 
Art 

JON KASPERIK 
Walburg 

JIM KEYS 
Georgetown 

HENRY KITZMAN 
Pattison 

MILDRED LAWLER 
Mercedes 



206 



IKE LEDGER 
Temple 

MARK LETT 
Liberty Hill 

DON McCAULEY 
Dallas 

WILLIAM McCLENDON 
Houston 

CHARLES McCLURE 
Killeen 



donald Mcdonald 

Abilene 

robert Mcdowell 

Jarrell 

DUNKIN McNITZKY 
Lake Jackson 

MARY LOUISE MEYERS 
Tyler 

■ DEL MOBERG 
Austin 



JOE MOCK 
La Porte 

PAT MOCK 
Walburg 

FRANCES MONTGOMERY 
Houston 

PATRICIA MORROW 
Sinton 

MARGARET MOUNT 
Waco 



DIANE NORRIS 
Brownsville 

RONNIE OGDEN 
Marlin 

BILL OSHER 
Brownsville 

THOMAS PARKER 
San Antonio 

PAUL PATRICK 
Mineola 





JACK D. PREWETT 
Richmond 



LOUZELLE PRICE 
Donna 

DAVID QUICK 
Round Rock 

DOUGLAS "BUDDY" RENICK 
Killeen 

BETH RIDER 
Tomball 

MARY ROBINETTE 
Odessa 



207 




Juniors 



ALEJANDRINA SAKAGUCHI 
Lima, Peru 

YURI "KIT" SALAZAR 
Irving 

DAVID SCARCELLA 
Temple 

MARGUERITE SCHAEZLER 
San Antonio 

JUDY SCHAPER 
Houston 

CAROL SCHEIRER 
Duncan, Oklahoma 

JOHN SCHMIDT 
Kingsville 

TERRY SCHOENEMANN 
Houston 

BETTY SCOTT 
Houston 

WILLIAM SEALE 
Beaumont 



ROBERT SEBESTA 
Pasadena 

NANCY SEERDEN 
Bay City 

SARAH SHEPHERD 
Angleton 

VIRGINIA SIMMS 
Irving 

JOHN SMITH 
Sealy 



JAMES SPECK 
Menard 

CHARLES SPELLMAN 
Cuero 

DOROTHY STEVENS 
Houston 

PAT SWANZEY 
Houston 

GERALD SYLVESTER 
Lott 



MARTHA VIRDEN 
Fredericksburg 

RONALD WALTERS 
Hobbs, New Mexico 

HARLAND WATSON 
Lasara 

LYNN WEEKS 
Mexia 

BETTY ANN WEIR 
San Antonio 




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Juniors 



JONELLE WHEATLEY 
Brownsville 

LINDA WILSON 
Kerrville 

DARREL YOUNG 
Kingsville 






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Sophomores... 

Class and Officers 
Reveal Leadership 



MERRIMAN MORTON 
President 





210 



DAVID VARNADO 
Vice-President 



SUSAN STAPLES 
Secretary-Treasurer 



MARTIE ADAMS, Dollas 
DAN ADAMSON, Vernon 
JUDY ALLEN, Yorktown 
ROBERT ALLGOOD, Longview 
JOHN ARCHER, Liberty 
LINDA ARMOUR, San Angelo 

JAMES "BUTCH" BAKER, Sonora 
DIANA BEIGHLE, Tyler 
RONA BESELER, Nacogdoches 
SAM BIRKNER, Kingsville 
DEE ANNE BOWEN, Houston 
BEVERLY BRADBERRY, Midland 




JOHN BRECKENRIDGE, Houston 
MARILYN BROUGH, Houston 
JIM K. BROWN, JR., Tyler 
HERMAN BULMAN, Reagan 
GEORGE BURRIS, Lufkin 



PETE CALHOUN, Alice 
NEAL CANNON, Wichita Falls 
DUDLEY CARDWELL, Junction 
MARY JANE CARRELL, Dallas 
NANCY CARTER, Georgetown 




BILLY CASKEY, Georgetown 

ODELL CATES, Booker 

PAM CHILTON, Houston 

N. GARY CLANTON, San Antonio 



ROSS COVINGTON, Randolph Air 
Force Base, Texas 

JIM CROLEY, Houston 

DAVID CURD, Dallas 

PHIL DARBY, Nacogdoches 



Sophomore 




211 




EDITH DAVIS, Nashville, 
Tennessee 

ANN DAY, Bellaire 

DORIS ANN DEATS, Dickinson 

CAROLYN DORBANDT, Tyler 

SAM DOUGHTY, Corpus Christi 

CLARENCE DOWNING, Navasota 

GEORGE DUNKINS, San Antonio 
JOHN EDGE, San Antonio 
JUDY EDINGTON, Houston 
FREDDIE ERCK, Alice 
GAYLE EVANS, Houston 
BETTY EWING, Sinton 




BUBBA FEW, Jasper 

JIM FINNEGAN, Buchanan Dam 

DOUG FISK, Dallas 

JANICE LURLEEN FORD, Hutto 

PERRY "JOLLY" FOSTER, Calvert 



EVERETT FRIZZELL, Houston 

CHARLES GATES, Jasper 

CHARLES ROLAND GEORGE, 
Round Rock 

RICHARD GEORGE, Round Rock 

JANET GIBSON, Eagle Lake 




JOYCE GLASSCOCK, Houston 

DE ETTE GREEN, Pecos 

TOM GUNTHER, Colorado Springs, 
Colorado 

PETE HAMEL, Houston 



TOM HANCOCK, Pasadena 

MARY KATHRYN HANLY, 
Eagle Lake 

ANNE HARLEY, San Antonio 

SHARON HARRIS, Corpus Christi 



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PAT HARRISON, San Antonio 

NANCY LEE HART, Sugar Land 

STANLEY MARTIN HAUERWAS, 
Dallas 

THOMAS HAWKINS, Groesbeck 

CAROL HENDERSON, 
Georgetown 

LEE HENDERSON, Twitty 

KAY ANN HENRY, Nacogdoches 

MARY HELEN HILBURN, 
Irvington, California 

MARC1A LYNN HOOKER, 
Reseda, California 

SHELLEY HOWELL, Temple 

LINDA HUTSELL, Anahuac 

ERWIN JENKE, Giddings 




DICK JENKINS, Katy 

JANE JENKINS, Mission 

JERRY BOB JENNINGS, 
Sulphur Springs 

JAMES JETER, Ennis 

MARGUERITE JOHNSON, 
Corpus Christi 



JUDY JONES, Dallas 

MILTON "TWO BITS" JORDAN, 
Houston 

THOMAS KAUNG, Hong Kong, 
China 

JIM KENNEDY, Bellaire 

GEORGE KESLER, Houston 




DARLENE KILLEBREW, San 
Antonio 

BARBARA GAIL KOBS, Houston 

JERRY LACKEY, Longview 

WAYNE LASTER, Yorktown 



LENISE LATCH, Lubbock 

DAVID M. LEMONS, Houston 

CHEE KWONG "BILLY" LING, 
Perak, Malaya 

RICHARD LOCKHART, Groves 




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DAVID LUKER, Houston 

MARY LYNCH, Bellaire 

THOMAS McAFERTY, 
Georgetown 

TOMMY McCLUNG, Vernon 

DALE McELROY, Cleburne 

VIRGINIA MacMILLAN, Houston 

ANNE GAIL MARESH, Houston 

CAROL ANNE MARSH, Houston 

JOANNA MAY, Edinburg 

BEVERLY MEDFORD, Tyler 

BARBARA JEAN MENKING, 
Bellville 

WAYNE MERCER, Longview 




THOMAS MILLEGAN, Round Rock 

SKIP MILLER, Waelder 

MISSY MOOD, Midland 

MERRIMAN MORTON, Lake 
Jackson 

R. J. MOTT, JR., Georgetown 



SANDRA MUNSON, Georgetown 

THARELYN NICHOLS, 
Montgomery, Alabama 

NANCY NORTH, Dallas 

REX PARKS, Houston 

JENNY LYNN PARRIS, Pasadena 




MIKE PARSONS, Ennis 
ALEX PATTERSON, Lockhart 
ROBERT PAYSSE, Galveston 
SAMUEL R. PEARSON, McAllen 



ROBERT PENICK, Georgetown 

JOE PENO, Jasper 

SUSAN JANE PETRY, Bethesda, 
Maryland 

ROBERT PINCKNEY, Round Rock 



Sophomore 



214 



RONNIE PRESSWOOD, Houston 

FRANK STERN PULKRABEK, 
Taylor 

DON QUICK, Round Rock 
JAMES RANKIN, Elgin 



JIM REID, Houston 

JO ANN RICE, Houston 

ELLEN RISINGER, Sulphur Springs 

JOHN ROARK, Greenville 



BOB RORK, San Angelo 

TIM RYAN, Kerrville 

SHARON ST. LAWRENCE 
Houston 

JO SALTER, Stockdale 

JEANINE SANDEFUR, Killeen 



SANDY SANDERS, Austin 

MONETTE SAWYER, Spicewood 

JOAN SCHELLING, Houston 

CHARLEY SCHNEIDER, Lufkin 

DORIS ELIZABETH SCOGGINS, 
Lufkin 



JANET SECHRIST, Corpus Christi 
STEVE SHARP, Houston 
JOE SHELDON, San Antonio 
DOUG SHIELDS, San Antonio 
BARBARA SING, Houston 
THELMA LOU SMITH, Harlingen 

SUSAN STAPLES, Houston 
SUSAN STARK, Lake Jackson 
MERVYN W. STELTER, Houston 
TRECIA STEVENS, Gladewater 
JERRY STRICKLER, Baytown 
SONDRA SULLIVAN, Dallas 






215 



DAVE TAYLOR, Houston 

MARY ANN THAMES, Houston 

SHEILA THOMAS, Sweeny 

LA SCHELLE THOMPSON, 
Jourdanton 



BOBBY TINDELL, Waco 

LOU CAROLYN TOMPKINS, 
Lufkin 

SHARON TRACY, Palestine 

ALLISON TROMPLER, Honey 
Grove 



PAUL E. TUXWORTH, Houston 
DAVID VARNADO, Houston 
ROBERT B. WAITE, Port Neches 
BILL WATSON, San Antonio 
BILL WATTS, Wichita Falls 



JOAN WELLBORN, Fort Worth 

ELEANOR WHITE, Jackson, 
Alabama 

DON WILLIAMS, Georgetown 

JOHN WILLIAMS, Freeport 

RICHARD WILLIAMSON, Houston 



JO ANN WINFREY, Houston 
WINKIE WISE, San Antonio 
JOHN WIRTH, JR., Santa Rosa 



Sophomore 



216 




Freshmen... 



Spirit Typifies Officers, Class 





SAMMY COATS 
President 



BUDDY EBERHART 
Vice-President 



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Secretary 



BUDDY HODGES 
Treasurer 



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BILLYE ADAMS, 


PETE BARR, 


Georgetown 


Galveston 


GEORGE ADAMS, 


JOE M. BASHARA, JR., 


Taft, California 


Wichita Falls 


MARCIA ADAMS, 




Lampasas 




JEFF ALLEN, 


MARGARET BENJAMIN, 


Alice 


Austin 


BETTY ALMOND, 


BEVERLY JEANNE BINGHAM, 


Alice 


Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 


DENNIS ANDERSON 




Houston 



RON BIRD, Corpus Christi 
EDWARD BOCK, Houston 
JIM BOHMFALK, Beaumont 



BETSY BOUSHALL, Houston 
HOUSTON BRIGGS, Dallas 
RICHARD BROWNING, Houston 





KARL BRUNER, Longview 

MARTHA BURNS, Alvin 

MARY ELIZABETH CALKIN, San Angelo 

CAROLYN CANADY, Palestine 



DIANN CHANEY, Mission 
DAVID SAMUEL COATES, Harlingen 
CLARICE COFFEY, Texas City 
WILLIAM REED COLLINS, Dallas 



SANFORD COON, San Antonio 
CHARLES COPPIN, Belton 
HENRY COX, Houston 
NANCY DAGUE, Harlingen 
DOTTY DAMON, San Marcos 

MARTHA ANN DAVENPORT, Marshall 
EDDIE DIKEMAN, Kerrville 
DAVE DITTMAR, Houston 
JAMES "dRAEGER, Walburg 
KIRBY CLAY DUPREE, Houston 



Freshman 



218 



SUZANNE DYKSTRA, 
Tyler 

PAUL EDWIN EARLS, 
Carthage 

DALE "BUDDY" EBERHART 
Sweeny 

EDWARD E. ECKOLS, 
Alice 

DON EDWARDS, Houston 



PAUL EDWARDS, Houston 

SANDRA ELIZABETH ELLIOTT, Georgetown 

MARLIS ELLIS, Mexia 

BILL ELLIS, JR., Laredo 

JANE ELZNER, Beaumont 




DEWEY ERVIN, Houston 
JOHN IKE ESTES, Lufkin 
JERRY EVANS, Dallas 
BILL FAIR, Hunt 



BILL FELLOWS, Houston 
ARLEN FERGUSON, Houston 
PHIL FIELDER, Farmersville 
PAT FLETCHER, Hutto 



KING HALL, 
Honey Grove 

BETSY HAMRIC, 
Dallas 

KENDALL HAMRICK, 
Dublin 



LECIL B. HANDER, 
Belton 

LOUISE HARDIN, 
Dallas 

MIKE HARREL, 
Dallas 




KAY FOSTER, Willow City 

JON MICHAEL FRANKS, Marshall 

WALLY FREY, Channelview 



MIKE GARRETT, Wichita Falls 
CHARLES GERSBACH, Bartlett 
GARY GREER, Morgan 



GLENDA GREER, Morgan 
JIM GUESS, Georgetown 



GLORIA JANE GUEST, Houston 
DWIGHT HALEY, JR., Tyler 



219 



DICKY HILLYER, 
Houston 

GEORGE HITE, 
Bellaire 



MERRITT HITT, 
Midland 

BUDDY HODGES, 
Houston 



KAY HAYS, 
Freeport 

GERALD HILL, 
Georgetown 



WANDA GAY HOLCOMBE, 
Dallas 

JOHNNY HOLLINGSWORTH, 
Odessa 

PENNY HOLMAN 
Houston 



JANET HOLT, 
Dallas 

IVY FAY HOOKS, 
Livingston 

ROBIN" HUGLEY, 
San Antonio 




LEANNA HARRIS, 
Rockdale 

RONNIE PHILLIP HARTFIELD, 
Houston 

HAZEL LOUISE HARTUNG, 
San Antonio 



SUSIE HARWELL, 
Houston 




LYNDALE HULTQUIST, Ganado 
ELLEN IRWIN, Dallas 
JEANETTE JARRARD JAMESON, Mart 
CALVIN JOCHETZ, Taft 



JANET JUNKER, Houston 
WENDELL RAY KEELING, Georgetown 
KAY KENNEDY, Beaumont 
BETTY KNAUTH, Houston 



CHERRY KNIPPA, Austin 

TIM KOEHL, Houston 

MARY BETH LAMB, Houston 

DICK LANE, Wichita Falls 

PENNEY LOU LANGFORD, Brownsville 

JIMMY LAZENBY, Houston 
IDA JO LEE, Wichita Falls 
BILL LEONARD, Houston 
PENNY LEWIS, Kilgore 
VIRGINIA LEWIS, Houston 



220 



THOMAS NOLAN LIGGETT, San Antonio 
KAY LINDELL, Taylor 
JIMMY LINDLEY, Houston 
MICHAEL LORFING, Georgetown 
JOE LOVELADY, Baytown 

BOB LOVELESS, Bastrop 
MARY McCOY, Georgetown 
MARGIE McCRELESS, Fort Worth 
ANN McEACHERN, Longview 
DEANNE McFARLAND, Nacogdoches 



JAMES McNATT, Greenville 

HORACE ZEE-MING MA, Kowloon, 
Hong Kong, China 

VIRGINIA L. MATHER, Burnet 

RAYMOND MAYES, Sheridan 



WILLIAM MEDART, Lometa 
BOB MEITZEN, JR., Eagle Lake 
CHARLENE MILLER, Bellaire 
MICKEY MILLIGAN, Houston 




CHARLES OLDHAM, 
Houston 

LINDA OLSON, 
Fort Worth 

SANDY OSTENDORF 
Rockdale 



PATSY OWEN, 
Wichita Falls 

JOSE L. PALOS, 
Harlingen 

LESLIE PARISH, 
Corpus Christi 




GARY MOBLEY, McNeil 
JOANNA MORGAN, Austin 
GINGER MORRIS, Temple 



DOUG MUIR, San Antonio 
BOB MURRAY, Houston 
GRANT MURRELL, Lufkin 



BARBARA NICHOLSON, 
Garland 

JIMMY NOBLIN, 
Dallas 



ERIC NYE, 
Houston 

JUDY BETH NYQUIST, 
Donna 



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LYNN PARKS, Houston 
HUB PARKS, Kerrville 



LYNN PATTON, Greenville 
KAY PETERS, Cotulla 



WALTER PINKSTON, Houston 

PAT PITTS, Ft. Hood 

PATRICIA LYNN POLLARD, Houston 



SANDRA PUTTY, San Antonio 
VIRGIL SMITH RAY, Midland 
TOM REAVIS, Florence 




MARGARET SIEFERT, 
Houston 

MARY JANE SIMMONDS, 
Temple 

ALAN WILLIAM SMITH, 
Houston 



BARBARA SMITH, 
Dallas 

BRIAN SMITH, 
Houston 

KAREN NOBLE SMITH, 
Georgetown 




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MICHAEL ROBERTS, Omaha 
KENNETH LEE ROBINSON, La Marque 
MARGARET RODGERS, Corpus Christi 



GLENDA ROE, Uvalde 
BOBBIE NEIL ROPER, Austin 
JOHN ROZELLE, Tyler 
BERNIE SANDBERG, Austin 



ALLAN SANDERS, Georgetown 
RICHARD SCHMITT, Fort Worth 
RONNIE SCOGIN, Corpus Christi 
MARGARET MARIE SCOTT, Texas City 
LESLIE SELANDER, Houston 

SONDRA SHANDS, Brownsville 

ALAN DEREK SHARE, 
Annandale, Virginia 

JULIANA SHAW, 

Kowloon, Hong Kong, China 

CAROLYN SHIMER, 
Colorado City 

ELEANOR "SCHULTZIE" SHULT, 
Columbus 



222 



STEPHEN L. SMITH, Houston 

MRS. ELLEN ELLIS SPELLMAN, Three Rivers 

JUDY STANDLEY, Madisonville 

DICKEY STANLEY, Georgetown 

ANN STEVENSON, Trinity 

MRS. BETH PRICE STEWART, Taylor 
GENE STOFFEL, Houston 
CAROL JANE STOUDER, Anahuac 
KATHY STRICKLER, Baytown 
ROBERT SWARD, Corpus Christi 



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SUSAN ELIZABETH SWIFT, Houston 
CHARLOTTE TANKSLEY, Chatsworth, Georgia 
JUDITH THORNTON, Sulphur Springs 
EARL W. TIEDT, Houston 



JULIO TORRES, Mission 
MARY ANN TRAPPEY, Madisonville 
JACK TRAYLOR, Port Lavaca 
RONNIE VAN AMBURGH, Houston 




NANCY ELLEN WILCOX, 
Mineral Wells 

EDWIN WILLIS, 
Texarkana 

JANIE WILLSON, 
Houston 



DAVID V. WILSON, 
Temple 

LAURA JANE WINFREY, 
Houston 

SUE WINGFIELD, 
Silsbee 




GARY VIEAUX, Corpus Christi 
ANDREW VOGEL, Harlingen 
THOMAS C. WAGGONER, JR., Taylor 



JO ANN WARD, Tomball 
PATSY WARFIELD, Fort Worth 
CHARLES E. WATKINS, Houston 



RAY WATKINS, 
Sulphur Springs 

JACKIE WATTS, 
Houston 



DON WELTER, 
Colorado City 

DOTTY WHIGHAM, 
Pecos 



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RICHARD WOODS; Brookshire 
LINDA WOOSTER; Alvin 
KENNETH WRIGHT; Bellaire 
MICHAEL WRIGHT; Houston 



Mid Term Students 




BETH ALBRECHT; Victoria 

CAROLYN KELLY; Rochester, New York 

JUDY MONTGOMERY; Houston 

NANCY ROGERS; Brenham 
KAREN WATKINS; Wichita Falls 
DIANE YARBROUGH; Garland 



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